IMG Academy sports dietician Shawn Pitcher offers tips on how to get a healthy start to your day.
Sarasota dermatologist Megan Bogart shares her tips for protecting yourself from the sun.
With his wife in pain, Tony D’Souza goes on the hunt.
The study also found that only half of children between ages 8 and 15 with a mental health condition received mental health services.
In her new book, The Gypspirit, Schuetz takes her readers on a metaphysical journey.
People young and old are embracing a wide range of procedures. Here are a few of the most popular.
Fountains of Youth
Keep moving, stretch your soul, protect your skin, get your shut-eye and focus on balance.
The latest sunscreens not only protect, but also improve our skin.
Unity Awards 2019
"Years of therapy did not help me this much.”
Omega3 Innovations has been selling fish oil for years. Now the company has just released Omega Cure Extra Strength Vials, an alternative to traditional fish oil capsules that's packed with nutrients.
Halfacre Construction Company recently completed construction on a new aquatic amenity for The Haven, a nonprofit that serves children and adults with disabilities.
In Florida, winter still calls for sunscreen.
The Venice company Gabriel's Promise recently launched a new line of full spectrum hemp cannabidiol oils.
A new downtown Sarasota 'sweat lodge' claims it offers a variety a health benefits. Is it worth the hype?
Souad Dreyfus’ surrogacy business satisfies a growing demand.
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Sandy Albano and her daughter, Samantha Albano, recently opened Purify, an "urban sweat lodge."
Mary Ann Ociesa of Village on the Isle was recently honored by LeadingAge Florida at the nonprofit's 55th annual conference.
Praised by celebrities like Chopra, Mayim Bialik, Christie Brinkley and more, master herbalist Sara-Chana Silverstein has a new book that allows all of us an insight into her work.
Healer and fellow Florida-girl Tammy Fender shares her insight on holistic beauty and caring for our skin in this tropical climate.
Clean & Green
Here's how Korean-born Jun Lee, a former extreme athlete and samba dancer, created a 100 percent natural skincare and sports recovery product line—and shared it with the world.