Total Health: Taking Care of Yourself, Body AND Soul

Health is a hot topic in today’s society thanks to COVID 19. Even before the pandemic, weight loss regimens, exercise programs, and health foods were a lucrative market for those who sought to help people take health to the highest level. However, many of the offerings for “bettering one’s self” focus on the physical body, […]

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Celebrate FRESH! National Fruits and Veggies Month is Here!

June is here, and not only does that mean it’s time to kick off summer, but it’s also time to kick off National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month. It’s the perfect time to incorporate the fresh flavors of summer into a healthy and exciting diet. If you’re already feeling the burn of the busy summer […]

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Thoughts on Coronavirus and How to Protect Yourself and Your Family

In case you haven’t heard (or seen) in the news, on social media, or simply from people chatting around you, there’s a new sickness in town and it has everyone more than a little worried. Coronavirus, or more specifically, COVID-19, is sweeping the globe and taking widespread fear with it. We understand…hearing that an illness […]

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Have Your Mousse and Eat It Too: A Heart Healthy Recipe for Valentine’s Day

We all see it. Red hearts, Hallmark cards, and boxes of candy are everywhere you turn and it’s easy to see that love is in the air. Valentine’s Day is a popular holiday for couples (and in today’s world, for friends too) and the festivities often include delicious dinners and sweet treats. However, while Valentine’s […]

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Why HIPAA?

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) is a piece of legislation that has received a lot of attention in recent years. While we are all familiar with the document requiring our signature each time we visit a new medical practice, or each time our own doctors update their systems, do you really know what […]

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Caring for Your College Student: 3 Ways to Make Their Year Great

School is back in swing for students of all ages, and while the adjustment from lazy summer days to the structured schedule of school is hard no matter the grade, for those heading off into their first year of college, the change can be difficult to navigate. While each student has to learn the “ropes” […]

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Celebrate Your Health! June is National Fresh Fruits and Veggies Month

Summer is on us here in Florida, and that means the season of swimming, beach-sitting, and barbecues has begun. June, the beginning of summer, is also when we kick off National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month, which means it’s the perfect time to incorporate the fresh flavors of summer into a healthy and exciting diet […]

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Covering the Miles: Making Sure Your Child Is Ready for Summer Travels

With summer upon us, parents around Polk County are finalizing plans for summer camps, volunteer trips, and other travels their children will be going on while out of school for the next couple of months. These trips are a great way for a child to gain independence, learn valuable skills, and better themselves as they […]

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