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Grow Your Own Herbal Tea Garden

The types of herbs you plant depend on several factors: the health benefits you desire, the type of garden you have, the presence of sun or shade and your personal taste.

Island Pharmacy Puts Customers First for More Than 10 Years

Reggie Mathai and his dedicated staff realizes the importance of keeping customers comfortable and happy. He celebrated 10 years in business in 2017.

Ambu Yoga Partners With Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation to Raise Funds

Ambu Yoga is a multi-style yoga studio offering instruction for all skill levels, offering heated/non-heated studio classes, beach yoga, SUP yoga, guided meditation, and more.

Healthy Heart Month 3v3 Basketball Tournament Tipped Off in February at the Sanibel Recreation Center

Sanibel Recreation Center's Heart Healthy Month is designed to help residents try new things and spice up their sports and recreational activities.

Group Classes, Interval Training Top Worldwide Fitness Trends List in 2018, Sanibel Dance Pilates & Yoga Owner Gives Advice

The annual survey of worldwide fitness trends is now in its 12th year. We have tips from a local expert on group classes.

The Healing Power of Food: Healthy Eating Shapes Physical, Emotional Well-Being

Think of any culture in the world, and chances are it revolves, in many ways, around food. All humans gather at the table to celebrate, to mourn, to negotiate and to relax.

Back to the Roots: DIY backyard farming, California firm’s grassroots push

California-based Back to the Roots today sells herb, veggie and sunflower kits, all edible, easily grown in a back patio and part of the urban/sustainable farming movement.

Eating in the Raw - The possible health benefits of uncooked vegetables, fruits and grains

Raw-foods diet followers have no intention of turning up the heat any time soon. Chef and nutritionist Cristina Cohl dishes on her reasons why.

Lung Screenings Reduce Mortality - New insurance ruling covers test for lung cancer

Early studies have proven that patients who receive this scan once a year have a 20 percent increase in their survival rate compared with those who undergo traditional screening methods.

Respecting the Sun - Everything you need to know to protect your skin this summer

Have fun in the sun by protecting yourself from sun exposure and skin cancer with these tips from Dr. Cambio.

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