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What You Should Know about Vertigo

Vertigo is one of those conditions that we have to worry about as we get older. It’s been estimated that about 20 million Americans...

Florida Gardening Guide: Tips & Tasks for July

There’s no denying it now; it’s officially summer - which means big changes to your gardening routine. As mentioned last month, we recommend early morning plant-tending to avoid...

DOES THE ROAD TRIP STILL ROMANCE?

by Amanda Smith   There was a time, little over a century ago, when the overwhelming demands of urban living in America saw first signs of...

Get Tech Savvy: 2016 Guide to Technology

JULY: Go Green - Apps for Energy Efficiency We all like to be efficient. The desire to excel, operating at maximum performance with minimal wasted...

TOP DOGS – Choosing a canine later in life

The warmth and companionship dogs can provide may make all the difference to their owners’ quality of life. As their tails relentlessly wag with...

EVENTS THAT SHAPED AMERICAN HISTORY

This Independence Day, remember the events that have most shaped the evolution of the United States of America. Like most things, the list includes...

WANDER THE WONDERS OF NATURE & HUMANITY

Often chided for destroying the natural environment, members of the human race do manage to get it right every now and then, creating something...

OUTSMART SUMMER: THE COOLEST WAYS TO BEAT THE HEAT

More than a little unforgiving, summers in Florida test anyone’s ability to stay cool. Outsmart the perils of the peninsula’s infamous heat by embarking...

IN THE LIMELIGHT: What’s the Key to Florida’s famed dessert?

Here in Florida, the spotlight never seems to go out on citrus - the state’s agricultural pride and joy. While orange juice may be...

ADVENTURE TO ACADIA

Although they serve as preservations of the finest natural beauty in America, many of the 58 National Parks can appear quite otherworldly - magical,...