Tober graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in biology. While attending college full time, she worked full time for a biotechnology research lab intent on curing aging. Unfortunately funding is always in question for privately funded research laboratories, so she moved on to work in healthcare.
Tober started Tober's Traditions after developing adverse reactions to many of the common personal care products found on store shelves, and now works on her business full time while continuing to research health and developing products for her business.
In response to recent COVID events, many manufacturers had to act fast about how to manage the hand sanitizer shortage amid the price gouging for some very basic ingredients. While many manufacturers adhered to the World Health Organization's (WHO) formula, many didn't. The FDA has now confirmed cases of blindness and death as a result of improperly formulated hand sanitizer. Continue reading
Why would an edible fungus deserve a whole book all to itself? That's what caught my attention and I thought I'd give this book a try. Boy, was I in for a surprise! The Truffle Underground by Ryan Jacobs is a book you won't want to put down. Continue reading
This article is not about whether you should wear a mask or not . I'm not here to tell you if you should or should not wear one, that is your choice. But given the recent "new normal" where mask wearing is required to walk into a grocery store, or even just to go to work, I've noticed some patterns and thought Continue reading
I must confess that the title "Killers of the Flower Moon" is not something I would generally pick up to read, but don't judge a book by its title as I almost did. This is a detective type of story that is based on real life, and will not only leave you angry at the atrocities committed by humans, mad at the leaders of the FBI, but also craving for more.
Below are are some tips to help you get through this pandemic if you find yourself adapting to a new (hopefully temporary) normal, and are trying to adjust to staying home most (or all) of the time. Continue reading