Preparing Your Body for the Long Haul

Thru-hiking, or through-hiking, refers to hiking a long trail from start to finish. For example, the Appalachian Trail starts in Georgia and ends in Maine, a distance that is roughly 2,200 miles. Many people have attempted to make it from… read more

Catch of the Day

Seared, fried, baked, grilled — you will find scallops prepared just the way you like in almost every restaurant along the coast of Florida. But they taste even better after you have put in the work to catch, clean and… read more

Ask the Otolaryngologist

By Jeff Phillips, M.D. Dr. Jeff Phillips attended college at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he also completed his medical school training. He then completed his residency training in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery) at Louisiana… read more

Just Row With It

Photos by Sincerely Gone Photography In the past seven years, Carla Sallese-Bice has developed a passion for rowing. Not only has the sport helped to keep her active, but it has also encouraged her to adopt a new clean eating… read more

Ask the Liver Specialist

Brittany Gannon is a board-certified adult-geriatric nurse practitioner who graduated from the University of Florida with her Bachelor of Science in nursing (BSN), followed by her Master of Science in nursing (MSN). What does my liver do? Your liver is an amazing organ! It… read more

Ask The Veterinarian

Dr. Brian Harris graduated from the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. He is currently practicing at Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center. What vaccines should my pet receive? Vaccinations are a vital component in our pet’s wellness and… read more

Spotlight360: Laura DePaz Cabrera

Music has always played a role in Laura dePaz Cabrera’s life, and juggling a marriage, two great kids and a career as an immigration lawyer, Laura still finds time to enjoy music, especially the fulfillment she finds in singing and… read more