The Untold Truth – How Dogs Affect the Lagoon / by Lagoon Loyal and Brevard County’s SOIRL Program

It’s a game of numbers that begins with one basic starting point: One gram of dog waste (equivalent to the weight of a small paperclip) contains 23 million fecal coliform bacteria. That’s nearly twice as much as human waste!  Read More …

YOUR PELVIC FLOOR, by Therapeutic Massage Group, LLC

The pelvic floor is made up of tissue that forms a sling across the bottom of the pelvis.  This sling supports and keeps our pelvic organs in place (bladder, uterus, intestines, colon, and rectum).  When abdominal pressure increases the sling stretches or lowers to allow space for the expanding abdomen. Read More …

Spotlight Charities & Nonprofits / Life Recaptured

Brandy Crisafulli founder of Life Recaptured, has always had a heart for hurting women, she has worked for the last twenty years helping women who needed physical and mental healing, but until her younger sister who had been a victim of sex-trafficking was taken from this life did Brandy realize that she needed to do something to help these women who are entrapped escape the grasp of their traffickers. Read More …

An Integrative Approach to Prevention and Treatment of COVID 19 by Holistic Primary Care of Brevard

A Holistic approach treats the whole person taking into account the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being.  As outlined above, the treatment of disease is complex and includes a variety of prescription treatments as well as physical and emotional therapeutic modalities. Read More …

This Roasters Story, Santino Supremo Coffee

Santino Supremo Coffee was born out of the quest to brew a great cup of coffee at home.

I’m the first generation of Sicilian-Italian immigrants. Breakfast was coffee with a homemade cookie or biscotti.

Early on, I drank the same supermarket coffee Mom and Dad drank but came to realize after traveling to various counties that the coffee I brewed in my kitchen could not compare. Read More …

Staying Connected by Joe Steckler President, Helping Seniors of Brevard

Helping Seniors is introducing a new program called Staying Connected to reduce isolation in Brevard’s elderly population. The idea for the program comes from work we did at the Alzheimer’s Foundation in the late 1990’s. Each day, two volunteers from AARP called 20 people who Read More …

Risky behaviors that can lead to chronic disease

Chronic diseases pose a significant threat to the general public. It can be easy for adults in the prime of their lives to overlook the danger of chronic diseases, especially if they feel good and aren’t exhibiting any symptoms to suggest their health is in Read More …

DIANA ADAMS APPOINTED AS THE NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE BREVARD HEART FOUNDATION

Diana Adams was appointed as the Executive Director of the Brevard Heart Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is to improve and promote quality healthcare for Brevard County citizens through programs that target identified community needs. Read More …

Avoid furniture tip-over hazards at home

A home is supposed to be a safe haven for its residents. But dangers lurk in nearly every room of a home. Parents may be quick to safeguard against burn risks, electrical outlet exposure and even common household items that can prove poisonous if ingested, but it’s easy to overlook the potential hazards posed by furniture. Read More …