Providing a single point in the community where parents of children with disabilities can find help.
The Holz Foundation is a faith-based charitable organization created for, and dedicated to “Fulfilling the Great Commission;” helping those who need help most across the world. The foundation maintains 100 percent transparency to ensure that they are “true to our […]
By: Judy Schrader, LMHC
Speak to any parent of a teenage child and you hear frustration and worry. When my daughter was in high school I never knew who was coming home. Was it my sweet daughter or her evil twin? Was my sullen son who did nothing but play video games ever going to speak […]
Opens New Health Sciences Institute
By: John Gilsch
A new Health Sciences Institute has opened at Eastern Florida State College in a major advance for training the state’s next-generation of health care professionals.
The institute is the centerpiece of the college’s commitment to health care education,
housing 12 programs through which students can earn bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and […]
Health First is teaching the community how to save lives with free bleeding-control class
By: Sara Paulson
Jake Moore was among the first members of the public to take Health First’s free “Stop the Bleed” training. With plans to go into law enforcement, the 22-year-old newlywed figured the skill set could help him save lives on the […]
Parrish Orthopedics Providing Comprehensive Care
It’s estimated that more than 100 million Americans live with chronic pain, a persistent and oftentimes debilitating condition caused by back pain, joint pain, neck pain and severe headaches and migraines, among others. While not every case is curable, the orthopedic specialists at Parrish Medical Group are healing people every day.
AN INTERVIEW WITH HEALTH FIRST MEDICAL GROUP’S DR. LARRY BISHOP
By: Steven R. Hicks, Ed.D
May is Melanoma Month
Welcome back, Dr. Bishop. In March, we discussed skin care on the water, but this time, we would like to address another serious skin issue — melanoma. Fill us in on what we need to know.
Dr. Bishop: This is […]
THE LASER THAT IS SAVING WOMEN’S SEX LIVES
By stimulating collagen production inside the vagina, a newly FDA-approved laser is helping millions of women overcome painful intercourse.
Laser treatment for the vagina might sound like torture, but, for many women, the MonaLisa Touch—the first and only intravaginal laser treatment approved by the Food and Drug Administration—is proving […]
Behind-The-Scenes Medical Work Provides Critical Component for Wuesthoff Patients and Beyond
HUMANITY’S DEBT TO THE LABORATORY IS IMPOSSIBLE TO CALCULATE.
Labs in today’s hospitals play a considerable role in pinpointing medical issues, conducting research and even doing forensic work to assist law enforcement. Take away the activities of the modern hospital lab and even the basic work […]
Eat Local, Give Local
Space Girl Organics Sustains Community Supported Agriculture on the Space Coast
By: Craig Chapman
Eating is one of the great rewards in life. Knowing your food before you eat it is an even greater reward. Where did it come from? How was it grown? Who grew it? What sort of life did it have? […]
What is your WealthConfidence
Be grateful and appreciate what you currently have and how far you have come. Look at where you have been and where you are now. One way to do this is to benchmark your assets, liabilities, income and expenses.
Over many years of work and effort it is sometimes easy to take for […]
Division President, Dyer Mortgage Group
The mortgage business is challenging, fast-paced, interesting, and rewarding. There are so many aspects to successfully operate a mortgage company that the job is never
boring! Bobbie Dyer, division president of Dyer Mortgage loves being able to help her clients with their financial goals and create the right financing program for […]
Bring a box of diapers in and Moms eat free on Mother’s Day, May 14th!
Viera, FL (April 28, 2017) – Pizza Gallery and Grill will be supporting Pregnancy Resources during the month of May through the “4th Annual Diaper Drive in honor of Mother’s Day” event on May 14th.
On Mother’s Day, from 10 a.m. to […]
SpaceCoast Living Digital
SpaceCoast Living Health Digital
Florida Tech’s Textile Art Center
Giving Them “Their Best Chance”
Put The Kettle On
Pastor Linda Howard
D. Rochelle Jewelry
Blast Off For Team Moshi
Sal The Voice
Mother’s Day Gift Guide
Business Profile: Bobbie Dyer
Business Spotlight: SpaceGirl Organics
A Complex Labyrinth
Pain Pain Go Away
Stop The Bleed
Eastern Florida State College
Why Are Teenagers So Frustrating?
Junior Achievement of the Space Coast held their Business Blastoff Challenge, with first round judging at the Florida Institute of Technology on Wednesday, February 22, and the final round of judging and presentation of awards on Thursday evening, February 23 at the Cocoa Village Playhouse. The hosts for the evening were JA’s president, Anne Conroy-Baiter, […]
Holy Trinity Moms Share the Successes and Sacrifices of Private Education
By: Michelle Salyer
The Olinde Family
When Elaine Olinde talks about her oldest son, Jack, 22, she beams with pride at his accomplishments as a top rower for Georgia Tech – a member of the four-man varsity team who won gold at the prestigious 82nd annual Dad […]
PERFECT MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH RESTAURANTS IN BREVARD
Being a parent is hard work! Sometimes, the hardest work comes after work; getting everyone situated, studied, fed and into bed. Even on the weekends, mom never seems to have a day off. So, on that one day a year we call Mother’s Day, mom deserves at least the […]
How better to end this month’s Mother’s Day issue than with a mom-to-be. SCB’s own Jessica Cabot is due later this month with her first. Jessica and her husband, Brandon, have just finished their nursery in anticipation, and Jessica sat down with us for a few quick questions on what all of this means to […]
Profession: Mom & Emergency Room Nurse
Jody Bargetti, originally from Massachusetts, is a single mom with three kids: 16-year-old Safina, 13-year-old Aaron, and 6-year-old Ava. Safina is a sophomore at Viera High. Aaron goes to McNair Magnet School in Rockledge, and “my little one goes to Suntree Elementary,” Bargetti says. An emergency room nurse at […]
Walk on Water Equestrian
Special Olympics equestrian riders based in Brevard County will soon be saddling up to practice for the games in a new arena.
Walk on Water, a Merritt Island non-profit organization that provides a variety of animal therapies and riding instruction, was recently selected by Special Olympics Florida-Brevard County to be the official […]