Fried corn and cornbread dressing
My mother's buttery cornbread dressing has been my "after-gluttony-day" breakfast for as long as I can remember.
Veterans come together
Navy Veterans gathered in Blue Jacket Park in Baldwin Park last month for a moving reunion at the former site of their old training facility.
Helping women stay healthy
Here are helpful tips on how women can get ahead of heart disease, breast cancer and other conditions.
Keep a gratitude journal
Study after study shows that gratitude is not only good for your health, but also encourages positive aging.
Festival of Trees
Tickets are now on sale for one of Central Florida's favorite holiday traditions: Festival of Trees, which runs Nov. 12 to 20 at the Orlando Museum of Art, located at 2416 N. Mills Ave.
Senior attends college
Mary Sneed is at an age when most people retire, but instead the 73-year-old student spends 30 hours a week sitting in a classroom learning the technique and terminology of medical transcribing at Orange Technical College.
Stay fit with these hints
Our resolve to be a new us at the beginning of a new year is catchy and it makes sense to start new healthy habits at the beginning of a new year, but is it the most effective way to achieve what you want to achieve?
Stick with what works
If you expend more calories than you take in, you will lose weight. That is the energy balance equation, and there are no exceptions.
Parade, pancakes, fun
Come out to the Goldenrod Festival and Parade on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Goldenrod Station!
A spot for the scribe
Could you write a whole novel in a month? That's exactly what writers at Writer’s Atelier are hoping to pull off in their Winter Park workspace.
Fashion week gets makeover
Winter Park's week of fashion has a new look and a new venue: the shops along Park Avenue.
Four healthy 'F' words
While our country is very divided between the issues and the two presidential candidates, you can vote today on the only guaranteed winner: You.
Cast your ballot this November
Voting reflects a positive outlook, a sense of personal empowerment to influence the world around you.
Walk hits 20-year milestone
Want to get some exercise for a good cause? Come out to the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Orlando walk at Lake Eola on Oct. 29 at 7 a.m.
Thermotherpay may be the answer
Only 72 percent of men reduce their symptoms by half or more; however, it has reduced side effects, such as need for blood transfusion.