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Home Health + Wellness + Safety

Health + Wellness + Safety

Be Your Family’s Health Advocate

Each day our bodies are being polluted with toxic chemicals and it happens when we least expect it — when we shampoo our hair, when we brush our teeth and even when we take medication intended to improve our health.

An Enhanced You

You may have noticed that with age and childbirth, your breasts have changed. Where they were once full and perky, they now may be saggy with a loss of volume, making you feel self-conscious. If this is the case, you are not alone and you can join the thousands of women every year who restore their youthful shape and position of their breasts with a surgical breast lift and breast augmentation.

Extraordinary Woman: Carolyn S. Hennecy

Carolyn Hennecy is a survivor and now the Lakeland native is helping other women, telling her story in Orange Blossom Wishes: Child Molested, Woman Abused – Her Victorious Journey to Freedom. The 2008 memoir, available at Barnes & Nobles and, takes readers through her childhood and a nearly 16-year marriage filled with emotional, verbal and physical abuse to her escape.

Brain Food

Signed into law in December by President Obama, the Hungry-Free Kids Act revamps food assistance programs that serve the nutritional needs of more than 25 million American school children.

Be a Better You Year-Round

Jan. 1 always seems like the right time to commit to new life changes and goals, but the New Year’s resolution ordeal often becomes a self-punishing ritual where we focus on our failures and shortcomings, beating ourselves up for not having achieved more. Here’s an idea for this year.

Bye, Bye Baby

It’s the moment every parent of a small child dreads: the good-bye. For parents of young children, it can be a gut-wrenching, heart wrenching, guilt-ridden moment full of tears, protests, and quick getaways.