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Feature Articles

How Pets Can Improve Your Health

By Lawrence Robinson

Pet ownership runs far deeper than simply caring for a possession. Yes, the sheer responsibility of caring for a pet has notable benefits in and of itself. But, pets also become bona fide family members with which we establish genuine relationships - incomparable emotional bonds that can have extraordinarily positive physical and psychological impacts on humans.




By Liz Sterling

Eight super-talented kids entered the competition in Season 2 of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, a semi spin-off of Celebrity Cook-Off. In every episode they were challenged to cook quality dishes and

Pet World
Dog World with Tina

The Lonnng & Short of It

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

This dog is like Frankenstein…the sum of all the unique parts. It has the long torso of a Bassett hound, broad chest of a Labrador, stubbly legs of a Chihuahua, deep bark of a Doberman, attitud

Ask the Pet Expert

Is your Pet Overweight?

By Pet Expert

Overweight dogs and cats suffer the same risks and consequences as people. Too much weight stresses bones and joints, strains the heart and internal organ, crowds the lungs, and turns a simple walk ar

Projects to Improve your Home

A New Look

By Roger Zona

Question: I recently bought my first home and I want to give it a fresh look. I can’t afford major improvements like a new kitchen but I am a willing worker. What do you recommend?

Second Thoughts

Work Ethic

By Mort Crim

It isn’t only our children who need pride in who they are, in what they do, and in what they’ve achieved. We all do. We all must remember that there is no unimportant work in the world. It all has to be done. If someone is willing to pay us to do it, then the work, no matter how unglamorous, has value. That value entitles us to feel pride when we do the job, what-ever it is, when we do it well.

From The Heart

Pray to be Wrong

Ihad a neighbor I saw as a nasty alcoholic. Brenda would regularly sit around the kitchen table with her husband, drink, and complain. I did not find any good in her. Then she and her husband took in a young man to live with them. Mark helped the older couple around the house and stayed with them for years.

Discovery Zone

The Now

By Wayne Dyer

One way to understand the wisdom of this quatrain is to imagine your body is a speedboat that is cruising through the water at forty knots per hour. You stand on the stern of that boat and peer down at the water. What (The boat represents you “cruising” you would see in this imagi nary scene through your life.

Dr. Happy Formula

Ask Dr. Happy

By Dr. Bob Nozik, MD

Dear Dr. Happy, I am a 29-year-old single woman. I am 5’3” tall and weigh 215 pounds. I’ve been able to lose weight in the past, but it always comes right back on. I get teased about my weight at work (I’m a secretary) and bullied both by friends and family. I’ve never had a real boyfriend. Eating is my only pleasure so, of course, the weight keeps going up. I can’t stop crying.

Earth Talk Q & A

This Month´s Topic: Plastic Bag Bans California

By Earth Talk

Dear Earth Talk: What’s the latest on efforts to ban plastic bags? How many U.S. locales have instituted some kind of ban, and have these initiatives made a dent in the amount of plastic litter?

Strategic Selling

Turn Traveling Time Into Learning Time

By Brian Tracy

From this day forward, turn your car into a “classroom on wheels.” As Zig Ziglar says, “Enroll in Automobile University and attend full time for the rest of your career.” By turning your car into a “learning machine,” you will be amazed at the enormous number of great ideas you will hear each week, each month, and each year.

Life 101

My Late Friend Steven

By Cary Bayer

So I say so long to Steven and congratulate him for all the wonderful things that he did on Earth, and congratulate him for all the wonders he’s now enjoying in the timelessness of Being that some people also call Heaven.

Sports Feature


By Mark Tudino

As the football season winds along many fans have already seen the proverbial writing on the wall - you know, the kind that says your team stinks and you’re already relegated to waiting for next year. For many, be it of the college or professional variety, your squad may have been ravaged by poor play, bad luck, bad coaching.


SEO Seminar

Talking About Sex

Sex and dating in midlife; have the rules changed?

By Dawn Wiggins

Dawn Wiggins is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who owns and operates her private practice in East Boca Raton. She earned both her Masters and Specialist degrees from the University of Florida and has worked in the field for over 12 years. For questions, comments or appointments, contact Dawn at 561-221-5575 or mailto:dawn@.

Recipe of the Month

Roasted Pumpkin Soup Recipe (Vegan)

By Staff Writer

For the pumpkin lovers out there, this soup is for you! It’s got simple flavors and the pumpkin really shines through. It’s healthy, totally vegan, and perfect for this fall weather. Of co

Recipe of the Month


with potatoes and eggs in garlic sauce

By Chef Maria Amado

This combination of broccoli with potatoes and eggs in garlic sauce is prepared in our family since the time of my grandmother. It is a delicious vegetarian recipe and is good too as a side to meat or chicken. You can prepare the garlic sauce in advance.

Recipe of the Month

Baked Fish Nuggets

By Chef Maria Amado

Dear readers,  For all those who have asked me quick and easy recipes, I’m bringing my baked fish nuggets. Without frying, but just as delicious and healthy. Perfect for a picnic or school.

Recipe of the Month

Lamb Shanks

By Chef Maria Amado

Dear readers, This month lamb shanks are the protagonist on the table. With fresh rosemary, mint, some vegetables and a good wine they become a wonderful delight. Enjoy it!

Restaurant Reviews

Taste of India

By Arnold Leir

Over the past decade, Indian restaurants in South Florida have come and gone with only a handful surviving more than a few years. In London, as I gather from various sources, “Indian” restaurants are flourishing in almost every neighborhood and the British passion for Indian, Pakistani, Kashmir delicacies remains unabated.

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