Healthy food on wheels
A gigantic re-purposed LYNX bus with paintings of produce on its exterior doubles as a farmers market.
A stop-smoking crusade
Her mother-in-law dying of cancer, a local woman wanted to sell people on a way to quit. Now she might have made it even safer.
How honey can help
Honey has been used since ancient times for wound healing, and modern science confirms it is an effective way of treating superficial burns and ulcers.
Housecalls get you healthy
In this day in age, doctors making house calls are familiar only from the movies, but McBride said they're becoming more and more common.
Whatever your reason or destination, start planning your travel health four to six weeks prior to departure so you have time to get any needed immunizations and medications.
What you need for travel depends on your overall health, where you are going, and your style of travel.
Creative ideas for a day of fun
Here are some creative ideas for all ages, starting with a fantastic "fireworks of art" activity.
Different routes to the same destination
When striving for any goal in mind, it’s important to realize that there are always many different routes to get to the destination that is your achievement.
Take the Mayor's Challenge
Neighborhoods can compete using scorecards provided by the County to assess their communities in three categories — health, green practices and community involvement.
Can you imagine eating an entire elephant by yourself? How do you do it?
However, every Jan. 1 countless people set out to eat a proverbial elephant called a New Year’s Resolution.
Rollins gets gardening
The idea of a campus garden stemmed from a visit to Rollins by “An Inconvenient Truth” producer and environmental activist Laurie David.
Tips to squeezing in the most important meal of the day.
You may have heard that preparation is key, which is definitely true – especially when you have specific health and fitness goals.
Help for spinal stenosis pain
Prolotherapy is the injection of an irritant solution into a space, designed to stimulate healing and reduce pain.
How to keep leftovers from going brown
I have struggled with how to save the leftovers, because once it browns, it’s done. I learned a new trick, though.
Your source for local greens
Greens harvested by the bike-riding Fleet Farmers are washed, bagged and then sold to shoppers each Monday at the weekly Audubon Park Community Market.
The Salty Six foods surprisingly high in sodium — and bad for your heart.
Sodium can raise blood pressure, and raise your risks for stroke and heart failure.