After guiding Carrollton School in Coconut Grove through nearly two decades, Sister Suzanne Cooke is headed to Washington, D.C., to lead a group responsible for giving guidance to U.S. and Canadian Sacred Heart schools.
In 2012, Jorge Sanchez, Gal Bensaadon and Brian Exelbert partnered to create PrideRX, a monthly event where members and allies of the LGBT community get together for workouts at different CrossFit gyms in Miami and Broward.
With South Florida at the epicenter of the nation’s HIV/AIDS pandemic, local activists prepare for this year’s 27th annual AIDS Walk Miami to benefit Care Resource, one of the region’s leading healthcare organizations.
According to the Chicago-based Retale, Florida ranked a lowly No. 33 compared to California, which squeezed into the Top 10 in 10th place. The sportiest state? Vermont, followed by Massachusetts, Colorado, Hawaii and Oregon in the Top 5.
Dan Brooks, an Indian River County firefighter and father of four, began experiencing a debilitating pain on the side of his face six years ago. The discomfort intensified and occurred more frequently, and doctors had no explanation.
Some people go to great lengths to turn back time, and for these men and women, skincare, injectables, lasers and surgery are just the tip of the iceberg. I recently learned about a new trend called biohacking, and part of this practice involves using exercise, meditation and other means to affect hormone levels in the body. Proponents of this approach claim it improves energy levels, sleep, sex drive, weight loss and more.