It's described as ideal for cats and dogs with arthritis, hip dysplasia and other joint or pain problems.
From Lee Goldberg's new release to Jill Mansell's latest, heart-warming novel, these are the new books to stock up on.
September has long ruled as the busiest month of the fashion calendar but with the indecisive weather proving tricky to navigate, there’s only one trophy item you need in your wardrobe right now: the midi dress.A failsafe garb which will come in handy when the sunshine says hello, it’ll work well with the barely-there sandals we pretty much lived in over the summer.As temperatures begin to dial down, we’ll be chucking ours on with a pair of chunky cowboy boots (yes, they’re back for another round this season) while our worn-in Vejas are bound to get another outing or two.So what’s on our wish list right now?The street style set are sure to go starry-eyed over Ganni’s £230 seersucker midi dress in the brand’s cult check while Staud is battling for our attention with a £200 poplin frock that’ll see us through until winter.The high street is championing the must-have too with Zara, Warehouse and M&S pulling out all the sartorial stops with prices starting from just £45.Yahoo UK is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, Yahoo UK may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
Winter is well under way, and if you are one of those "always cold" people, you may want to try out some of these hacks to help you manage cold better. 1. Get your iron levels checked When iron levels are low people tend to get cold
The weather has taken a turn for the worse with snow and sub-zero temperatures already gripping Britain. But chilly winter mornings will cause the average Brit to spend an extra 24 hours in bed over the colder months hitting the snooze button.
A woman who is "allergic to winter" has to wear a face mask whenever she goes outside in case a slight drop in temperature causes a fatal reaction. Max Fisher, 23, suffers from cold-induced urticaria which can kill sufferers in extreme