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  1. ‘Tis the Season to Smile | Advanced Dentistry

    Black Lines This holiday season might catch you wearing a black tie or a little black dress, and while it’s appropriate to match, you most likely don’t want those annoying little black lines around your teeth. The cause of those lines is one of the most commonly asked questions by patients of Dr. Katrine Farag, …

  2. Red Carpet Ready for the Holidays | Amazing Lash

    Ready for the Holidays The holidays are here and your calendar is filling up with parties and soirees. You might be buying a new dress or a new pair of shoes, but those things are only part of getting glam for the season. Amazing Lash Studio puts the icing on the cake, when it comes …

  3. Adopt a Family for the Holidays & Feed Them All Year Long

    Community Cooperative Food and gratitude are two of the things that keep many people and organizations running this time of year, including the Community Cooperative. Founded in 1984, last year the organization provided over a million pounds of food to those in need. CEO Tracey Galloway says, “Food is the primary driver of our organization …

  4. Design with an Edge | Fast & Frugal Interiors

    Home improvement shows are some of the most addicting programs on television. They can inspire you to take on a new decorating project or redo your entire home décor. But looking at all of the various patterns, textures and styles can be a tad bit overwhelming if you have no idea where to start. That’s …

  5. Stay Safe & Fit This Pickleball Season

    Pickleball Fever has hit Southwest Florida The sport resembles both ping pong and tennis and combines the two to form a fast-paced cardio packed challenge. Many developments in Southwest Florida have remained abreast of the trend and are incorporating pickleball courts into the recreation accouterments. What attracts many to the sport is not only its …

  6. Treating the Whole Person | Gardner Orthopedics

    The Whole Patient “I like taking care of the whole patient,” says Dr. Peter Ameglio, an Orthopedic surgeon at Gardner Orthopedics. Initially sub-specializing in foot and ankle care, Dr. Ameglio moved up the leg to knees and hips. He calls it, “a natural progression to look at the entire lower extremity and how things function as …

  7. Painful Pedicures? Time to Consider a Vein Evaluation!

    Variety of Symptoms At Vein Specialists, we see patients every day with a variety of leg symptoms. Patients commonly complain of varicose or spider veins, swelling, and legs that feel tired or achy at the end of the day. Patients often relate to us that they used to love to get pedicures but now they …

  8. Wylds Cafe Herb Encrusted Lamb Rack | Recipe of the Month

    Herb Encrusted Lamb Rack – Serves 2 Ingredients One 8 bone rack of lamb, cut in half to make two 4 bone racks Dijon mustard Onion powder Garlic powder Chopped fresh oregano Chopped fresh thyme Salt and pepper Extra virgin olive oil Directions Preheat oven to 425°. Trim excess fat from meat, while leaving a …