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By Crystal Willson The immune system protects our bodies from bacteria, fungi, viruses, the parasites that could lead to infections. That’s why you should always strengthen and keep your immunity functional.
By J. C. Amodea The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc in so many ways. It has even affected the way we communicate with loved ones. For many seniors who crave visitations from their grandchildren,...
According to Healthy Bones Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay has the highest percentage of broken bones for any metropolitan area of its size--that's a lot of broken bones for one major city, and definitely needs fixing.
By Kathy A. Megyeri I admit that each night before bed, I pick up my leather-bound journal and write a small paragraph covering the day’s events, my reflection on what transpired, and a line...
The Joy of Perfume

The Joy of Perfume

By Kathy A. Megyeri Each day, Jackie Kennedy wore the French perfume “Lovely Patchouli 55” from the House of Krigler, which sold for $365 for 3.4 oz. Obviously, it made her happy, reminded her...
Mixing Ages Makes Magic

Mixing Ages Makes Magic

By Kathy Megyeri In 1992, Maryland was the first state to mandate community service for high school graduation. The class of 1997, with 43,249 students, was the first to fulfill that requirement with a minimum...
By: Madison Hansen The memories of a sunny day are only half of the experience in a place as big as Florida. As the culinary melting pot that serves everything, from fish to...
A Reading Rainbow

A Reading Rainbow

By Michael B. Wright  For quite some time, I have had this theory that if you could list all of the magazines that a person has read regularly from childhood and on, you could see how that person developed into the kind of person they have ultimately become.  
By Randal C. Hill Pop music star Tony Orlando was born Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitas in 1944 in Hells Kitchen, New York, to a Puerto Rican mother and a Greek father. By age 15,...
The Summer of Love

The Summer of Love

By Randal C. Hill In the now-fabled summer of 1967, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood temporarily morphed into a community of societal dropouts, college students, teenage runaways, vagrants and hustlers. Often clad in Army surplus...
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