Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

As summer approaches, a lifesaving issue arises

ROCKLEDGE – Summer. According to the calendar, it doesn’t officially start until June 21, although in the minds of many Americans, it really kicks off over the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend. For Central Florida residents, it may seem like the heat of summer is already here, and for many of them, a weekend spent in [...]

Governor calls for restrictions on some international flights to battle Ebola

ORLANDO — Florida remains one of the nation’s top tourist destinations, and Central Florida and the city of Orlando have experienced record-breaking years recently for tourism. But as an international destination, there’s growing concern about the potential risk here for the possible arrival of visitors from Liberia and other African nations who could potentially be [...]

Pass the veggies, please, at the Veg Fest

ORLANDO – Cookouts on the grill with sizzling burgers, steaks and hot dogs, outdoor events featuring plenty of beef products …. Sigh. What’s a veggie lover to do? One possibility is to set aside Saturday, Oct. 25, make a trip to Orlando Festival Park, and revel in the largest vegetarian festival in the South – [...]

Freelining with Mike Freeman: What’s to fear?

My friend Brek and I have a running argument (friends tend to do that, you might have noticed, and on the positive side, it can taken as a sign that they care.) Anyway, Brek is quite insistent that I’m afraid in life of the wrong things, and that there are far more compelling and immediate [...]

On Tilapia, omega-3, and stress — plus chocolate.

CLEARWATER — Sometimes, George Zadorozny noted, he can’t quite figure out why everyone seems so eager to promote Tilapia. “All the restaurants are pushing tilapia,” he said. But while this popular freshwater fish, a common name for nearly a hundred species from the tilapiine cichlid tribe, is indeed a staple of many upscale restaurants, Zadorozny [...]

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