Four years ago, local resident Ann had her appendix removed in a local hospital and left with Clostridium difficile (aka c. diff). She has had digestive problems ever since.
Rollins College student Hannah Ricci works her way around beds of broccoli, lettuce, kale and more than 30 other types of vegetables while some seniors harvest nearby. But these aren’t college seniors.
In Central Park
Today the artists will come flooding back to Central Park for their 58th year on the lawn. What was once a community project to see if any artists would show up is now expecting 350,000 visitors.
Can Facebook hurt your loan chances?
Social media has infiltrated every aspect of our culture and lives. These days it’s almost an oddity to discover someone without any social media accounts even if they are using them for business purposes.
Use a zipper-top baggie
Keep your baby occupied at the table with this parenting trick.
The shamrock has traditionally been the national emblem of Ireland, so why not display it with creativity as a sign not only of the coming holiday, but also a welcome to the green of a long-awaited spring?
For the body and mind
Hobbies can help keep us physically and mentally fit, and there are plenty of them to choose from.
Where's the value?
Instead of china, estate sale shoppers became interested in more practical, usable items like bargain-priced, lightly-used, every-day tableware. So where does the value lie in our old keepsakes and heirlooms?
Creative Arts for Life
Creative Arts for Life (CAL) is a program offered by Performing Arts of Maitland. CAL provides professionally taught classes to older adults at the Venue on the Lake-Maitland Civic Center.
Local student shines
Trinity Prep student Amber Yang's space debris prediction project is one of 40 finalists nationwide in the Regeneron Science Talent Search.
Organization reflects on legacy
When Rosie Wilder, wish director at Maitland’s New Hope for Kids, retired this past December, it was less of a goodbye and more of a “hello” to new opportunities that await the grandmother of five.
The killer bill
Liza Bernstein survived breast cancer three times. But it took all she had.
Three healthy steps
A physical run will help you reach your fitness and healthy living goals, but so will a figurative R.U.N.
Girl scout goes to work
Baldwin Park Girl Scout Kelsey Chico spent her winter break donating 9,500 items to Hurricane Matthew victims in Haiti.
Take care of loved ones – and yourself
The many moving pieces of caregiving – physical, emotional, financial, legal, logistical, and more – can be overwhelming. Here are a few more tips and resources to help you on the caregiving journey.