A Right to Live / Helping Seniors of Brevard

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Where have we heard those words? We hear a lot about children: lunch programs, a tax to fund schools, the need to pay teachers more. But how many of us really know the cost of aging? Try some Read More …

Having the Right Insurance makes all the difference in the world

Insurance can be a confusing topic, there’s always many questions to ask: do you have the right coverage, does your policy provide enough coverage, what happens when you don’t have enough coverage? Finding the right insurance policy for what matters most to you is extremely Read More …

Safeguard your eyes against computer vision syndrom

Technology has simplified life in so many ways. Thanks to their tablets and smartphones, many people now have a wealth of information at their disposal 24 hours a day, seven days week. Computers, tablets and smartphones can now be seen just about everywhere, so it’s Read More …

Scholarship Awarded to Local Nursing Student: February 19th

   The Banana River Sail and Power Squadron is proud to award a $1,000 scholarship to a noteworthy Keiser University student: Carolyn Yannotta. The Squadron is honored to have expanded its mission of promoting safe boating to include promoting academic success with scholarships to local Read More …

Health First’s ‘Save a Life’ Day March 3rd Equips Community with Critical Skills

10 years Running, Event Offers Free CPR, Stop the Bleed Training and Family Fun    Would you know what to do if someone had a cardiac arrest in your presence – or suffered a severe, life-threatening wound? The best hope for survival in either situation Read More …

Brain-healthy habits to embrace

Cognitive decline is a condition that is often associated with aging, but even middle-aged people can experience memory loss or cognition issues. The Alzheimer’s Association says that more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. By 2050, that number could Read More …

Side effects of snoring include higher risk for Alzheimer’s

Snoring may seem like a pesky yet minor problem, but it can be much more serious than some people know. Although snoring is a common problem among all ages and genders, the National Sleep Foundation says that men are twice as likely to snore as Read More …

Wireless technology takes hearing aids to new levels

Hearing loss may not be something people want to contemplate, but it is more common than many people may think. Hearing deficits may occur from birth or be acquired due to injury or prolonged exposure to loud noises. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Read More …

Vision greatly affects driving ability

Driving is a multisensory experience that requires careful coordination and mastery of a wide array of skills. Understanding the rules of the road and having sufficient practice are only part of the equation. Being able to see the road and react to obstacles, signage and Read More …

PREVENTION and HELP for COLDS and FLU – NATURAL HERBS

Dr. Kevin Kilday, PhD If you choose not to get the flu shot, fear not, there are natural ways to prevent colds and flu. The best way is to keep your immune system in peak condition. Besides getting ample rest and sleep, eating healthy all Read More …

Tapping into Our God-given Potential

 by Kimberly Ruoff, CCM: Together, doing life Right!   Many couples love to experience an evening out at a fine dining restaurant. With reservations made, they arrive and are quickly guided by the maître d to their seats. The ambience of the evening is perfect, Read More …

Protecting Devices Against Meltdown/Spectre Flaws

In an effort to speed up processing, Intel, Qualcom, and other CPU manufacturers designed their processors to make processing faster. Unfortunately this speed, which meant taking some steps that made sense in the design stage, has now proven to leave security weaknesses. The Meltdown and Read More …