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Beauty for Life


Like the old adage about death and taxes, aging is inevitable.  But women are starting to think about the care of their skin at a younger age.  Dr. Roxanne Guy agrees that while you can’t stop the aging process completely,…


Finding the Time to Get Fit


One of the benefits of working with a personal fitness coach, is it forces us to set aside a block of time to exercise.  I hear from so many of my clients that time is one of the biggest challenges…


Revolutionary Natural Cosmetic Procedures with Dr. Roger Bassin


Innovative Improvements DR. ROGER BASSIN USHERS IN A NEW WAVE OF NATURAL COSMETIC PROCEDURES THAT PROMISE TO BE QUICK, PAINLESS & LIFE CHANGING The idea of transforming your figure easily, painlessly, safely, and with little downtime and no general anesthetic…


Dr. Bassin’s Top Ten Procedures for a New You!


DR. BASSIN’S TOP TEN PROCEDURES FOR A NEW YOU! 1. AquaLipo® Ideal for treating excess fat in the chin, neck, arms, male breasts, love handles, hips, tummy, thighs, knees and back, this procedure uses the SmartLipo™ system to deliver laser…


Stay Warm, Reconnect, Make Love


Stay Warm, Reconnect, Make Love By Vanessa Billingsley, Fountain of You Wellness Writer If soft leather boots, cozy layered cardigans, oversized bags, and stylish belts are your only source of pleasure this holiday season, you may have a problem. We…


Here’s to a Healthy Holiday!


By Melissa Vandett According to historians, the first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621. Although we don’t know for sure what these first dinner guests consumed, history suggests it included wild fowl, seafood, venison, Indian corn and wheat flour, vegetables, fruits…


Fit At 50


Oh how times have changed.  In 1900, the average life expectancy was fifty years of age. Now 50 is fab, and this generation is active and has big plans for their future.  So with the prevention of heart disease, osteoporosis and Type 2 diabetes just an added…


Skinny GENES


This season’s craze has little to do with the perfect pair of Dolce and Gabbana skinny jeans—except that it just may help us squeeze into them. It is called nutrigenomics; a new area of scientific study that proves what we…


Surviving and Thriving


Over the last two decades breast cancer mortality rates have been steadily decreasing.  Advances in treatment, earlier detection through screening and increased awareness has certainly played a key role in survivorship.  More than 2.5 million women in this country have…


Necessity: The Mother of Invention


Breast Cancer survivor Lisa Crites turns her experience into something positive Following her bilateral mastectomy in June of 2009, still groggy from surgery, Lisa Crites (October 2009 SpaceCoast Living) received some disappointing news from her surgeon. “When Dr. Diaz told me…


A Friend In Need


Breast cancer survivors Sherry Palmer and Connie Chiles-Cooke team up to provide support to local breast cancer patients. Two years ago Sherry Palmer and Connie Chiles-Cooke didn’t even know one another. They met while undergoing chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer….


Mom was Right! Eat Your Fruits & Veggies!


As a more sedentary society our caloric needs have decreased. But in our modern world, full of pollutants and mental and physical stressors, our bodies have a greater nutrient need. The irony is that modern farming and distribution have lowered…


It’s Just a Number


In her thirteen years as a practicing anesthesiologist Dr. Kim Zipper saw many patients undergoing surgery for preventable problems. “During that time I would see fifty-five year old female patients that were always on the same three to four medications. …


Get Fit with Fido


Those of us who share our lives with four legged friends don’t need scientific data to prove that our pets make us happy and improve the quality of our lives.  But twenty years ago the National Institute of Health put…