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Times of the Islands: July/August 2018 Issue

Taking care of ourselves is what the July/August issue is all about. No matter what your age or lifestyle, your health is the most important thing that you have, and this issue will show you the best ways to make a healthier and happier you. Information about exercising, nutrition, mental health and just feeling good - that's what this issue has in store for you.

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Rainy Season Blues Time to Visit Sanibels Indoor Amenities - Jun 25 2018 0800AM

Rainy Season Blues? Time to Visit Sanibel’s Indoor Amenities

As the humidity and heat soar, it’s a great time to have some adventures in the A/C and get social along the way. Read More » 

Reggie Mark Kenneth and Nicholas

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. Read More » 

Laser Treatment for Postmenopausal Women MonaLisa Touch Restores Vaginal Health - Jun 25 2018 0800AM

Laser Treatment for Postmenopausal Women: MonaLisa Touch Restores Vaginal Health

About 40 percent of women over the age of 50 have vaginal atrophy, which also affects breast cancer survivors and women who have undergone hysterectomies. Read More » 

Cayo Costa State Park Photo by Capt Brian Holaway

Getting ‘Lost’ in the Islands: Southwest Florida a Perfect Place for Couple’s 24-hour Getaway

Our journey off the beaten path starts where the road ends on Captiva Island at McCarthy’s Marina, known as the city dock before the Sanibel Causeway was built. Read More » 

Bird Sounds of Sanibel Tuning Into the Islands Signature Symphony - Jun 25 2018 0800AM

Bird Sounds of Sanibel: Tuning Into the Island’s Signature Symphony

A self-proclaimed sanctuary island, Sanibel is nearly 70 percent preserved, undeveloped land. That makes it a mecca for birds—migratory, seasonal and year-round. Read More » 

Distance Learning and Telemedicine grants through the Department of Agricultures Rural Development Program enable hospitals to create telehealth infrastructures Photo courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons by USDA

Why Telemedicine Matters: How an Aging Population can Benefit From the Remote Delivery of Health Care Services

People are living longer because infectious disease has been generally contained, while new families are having fewer children. Read More »