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  • Natural skin care's promises are only skin-deep

    Natural skin care's promises are only skin-deep
    Despite your good intentions, buying skin care products labeled "organic" or "natural" doesn't always translate to a healthier body or planet. Many such products still contain the chemicals you're trying to avoid. And even if a product is bursting...
  • Weekend Preview: Nothing against Ultra, but ...

    Weekend Preview: Nothing against Ultra, but ...
    We’ve got nothing against DJs. We’ve got friends who are DJs. I think my son’s old orthodontist used to be a DJ. But, man, you can’t turn around without tripping over one this week. Here’s some stuff to do that has nothing to...
  • About Dr. Bernie Fernandez

    About Dr. Bernie Fernandez
    Bernardo “Bernie” Fernandez, M.D., is the chief executive officer of Baptist Health Medical Group, a network of more than 140 physicians, representing a comprehensive range of medical specialties, including cardiothoracic surgery,...
  • Jane Monheit swings into Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale

    Jane Monheit swings into Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale
    Jane Monheit knows firsthand the life-changing influence that music can have on a young life. As a schoolgirl growing up in the late 1980s on the south shore of Long Island, where the right jeans and the right sneakers were required, Monheit was all...
  • Nelson Algren Short Story Awards: A look back at a rich history

    Nelson Algren Short Story Awards: A look back at a rich history
    An honor like the Nelson Algren Short Story Award can be a boon to a writer. It can give him or her the confidence to slog through rejections and trudge forward with literary endeavors. When we asked former Nelson Algren Award recipients what winning...
  • Doctors torn over heart screening for young athletes

     Doctors torn over heart screening for young athletes
    Christopher Storm was a high school freshman running track when doctors found an abnormality in his heart. Part of the muscle was thicker than it should have been, making it harder for it to send blood to the rest of his body. The condition, known as...
  • Caffeine and kids: A safe mix?

    Caffeine and kids: A safe mix?
    Caffeine-infused waffles and maple syrup are promoted as energizing alternatives to a morning mug of coffee. But the recent craze of adding caffeine to a range of kid-friendly snack foods — including popcorn, chewing gum, candy bars, mints,...
  • The Go Guide Weekend Preview: A different night at the movies

    The Go Guide Weekend Preview: A different night at the movies
    Why would you leave the house to watch a movie anymore? Here are a few reasons: The Frank Theatres CineBowl and Grille making its weekend debut at Delray Marketplace (14775 Lyons Road) is a 70,000-square-foot entertainment complex that takes “...
  • Bourbon tasting at Steak 954 for UM neurology department fundraiser sells $1,000 tickets

    Bourbon tasting at Steak 954 for UM neurology department fundraiser sells $1,000 tickets
    If you've been waiting for a chance to sip on the nearly unattainable 23-year-aged bourbon made by Pappy Van Winkle, Steak 954 at the W Fort Lauderdale will offer it to you on May 23, but it will cost you a stack. The tasting lineup is filled with old...
  • Stolen-artifacts case has cost much, yielded little, critics say

    Stolen-artifacts case has cost much, yielded little, critics say
    When hundreds of federal agents raided four Southern California museums early one January morning in 2008, it set the art world ablaze, suggesting that even amid an international looting scandal, museums had continued to do business with the black...
  • Parents condone high school athletes' use of performance-enhancing drugs

    Parents condone high school athletes' use of performance-enhancing drugs
    As sports officials fight to end the use of performance-enhancing drugs by big-name athletes, they face a new foe in South Florida: Parents seeking the dangerous chemicals to help their teens fulfill athletic dreams, a Sun Sentinel investigation has...
  • La educación se renueva en la era digital

    La educación se renueva en la era digital
    Con la tecnología creciendo cada vez más en el salón de clase — particularmente en el área de estudio en línea— los docentes están adoptando el rol de los medios sociales y lo integran a sus técnicas de enseñanza. Un curso en línea bien...