Tanked

What It's Like in a Sensory Deprivation Tank

Writer Isaac Eger takes the plunge.

11/30/2016 By Isaac Eger

My World

Community AIDS Network Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary

CAN chief advancement officer Scott George on a quarter-century of victories—and losses—against AIDS.

10/26/2016 With Scott George

Wrap Star

Wrapped in Love Offers Comfort to Cancer Patients

Karen MacDonald's line of head wraps, ponchos and sleep caps aims to ease cancer patients' discomfort and help raise their spirits.

10/11/2016 By Lana Allen

Just a Little Pin Prick

An Expert Weighs In: Get Your Flu Shot (Really)

"Get your flu shot," says Intercoastal Medical Group's Dr. Philip Rubin. Hannah Wallace finds out why.

10/07/2016 By Hannah Wallace

Om

Pineapple Yoga Studio Opens in Burns Court

Claudia Baeza's new yoga studio and boutique has opened in downtown Sarasota.

09/30/2016 By Lana Allen

Walk This Way

Two Sarasota Spots Ranked in List of Top 10 Most Walkable Florida Neighborhoods

The real estate brokerage firm Redfin on Tuesday released its ranking of Florida’s 10 most walkable neighborhoods and Sarasota earned two spots in the listing.

09/14/2016 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Human Guinea Pig

Sarasota is Fertile Ground for Clinical Trials

A writer with COPD checks out one of Sarasota’s many clinical trials.

08/31/2016 By Robert Bowden

Out for Blood

Zika Has Landed

The disease is just the latest threat in Florida’s long-running war against mosquitoes.

08/22/2016 By Cooper Levey-Baker Photography by Everett Dennison

Summer Olympics

What's the Deal With Olympians and Cupping?

A Sarasota-based Olympic physician explains the treatment we've been seeing at this year's Games.

08/12/2016 By Hannah Wallace

Eat Your Veggies

5 Ways to Kickstart a Healthy School Year

Sarasota Memorial Hospital dietitian Amanda Kinney shares her five top tips for starting the school year off right for kids and parents.

08/11/2016 By Alaina Upman

Gentle into the Night

Tidewell Hospice Workers Help People Die Peacefully

You might think working with dying patients would be draining and depressing. Those at Tidewell Hospice say you'd be wrong.

07/29/2016 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Grays' Anatomy

Why Do So Few Elephants Get Cancer?

Genetic studies of Ringling’s herd may provide answers.

07/29/2016 By Tony D'Souza

Diet Diary

How to Eat Healthy as a Food Writer

Chef Judi shares a personal story about her ongoing weight loss journey.

07/27/2016 By Judi Gallagher

Stoned

Susan Moen Opens The Crystal Cave in Historic Downtown Village

The Crystal Cave is filled with five rooms of stones; it also hosts classes and special workshops.

06/22/2016 By Megan McDonald

Namaste

Five Yoga Poses You Can Do at Your Desk

Feeling that 3 p.m. slump? Rosemary Court's yoga director, Liana Sheintal Bryant, shows us five yoga poses to help stretch our bodies and beat midday stress.

06/16/2016 By Alaina Upman

Health Quest

"I Was a Human Guinea Pig"

Our editors try out some intriguing new local health treatments.

06/01/2016

Bowled Over

Here's What You Need to Know About Acai Bowls

What they are, why they're trending and where to get them locally.

06/01/2016 By Felicity Warner

Animal Athlete

A Day in the Life of Bodybuilder Jason Huh

Bodybuilder Jason Huh is a fitness guru, marketer and social media star.

05/31/2016 By Pam Daniel Photography by Robert Castro

Living Well

ARCPoint Labs Shows How Genetics Affect Your Response to Food and Exercise

Plus, a healthy cookie recipe from Bradenton's Retrobaked.

04/01/2016 By Hannah Wallace