Entries by LifeInNaples

As I write this, we still have three weeks to go before the “official” hurricane season is over, but the coast looks pretty clear right now. We have passed the eight year mark since Hurricane Wilma struck Florida. There have been a number of major hurricanes during those years, but we have been spared. Our […]

From Goop and Gag to Digital

by Dr. Cheryl Malick, DMD embrace the benefits Say good-bye to the goop and the gag, of the digital impression! Dentistry is no stranger to advancements with all things digital. We have all experienced the marvels and health benefits of digital x rays and digital intraoral cameras. But did you know that old-school impressions are […]

Seahorse Dream Project

Making Childhood Dreams Become Lifetime Reality Seahorses and kids: it’s a winning combination, but it’s even more special when they become the cornerstone of a project to improve children’s healthcare in southwest Florida. The Seahorse Dream, a not-for-profit fundraising public art project, is designed to help raise funds to construct the New Golisano Children’s Hospital […]

Quality Kitchens By Clay

Quality – Part 3 of 6 I once had a customer come into one of our Kitchens by Clay showrooms and say: “I would like to purchase cabinetry that has very low quality standards. The quality of the installation and customer service must be poor also. I am requesting this because I know I will […]

Merry Fitness To All

by Paula Allia Fitness is an interesting topic of conversation during this time of year. Two areas that help control your weight are staying active and watching your food and drink intake. The average person gains 1-3 pounds and many of these pounds never come off and accumulate year after year. Starting now can help […]

Eat Breadkfast to Improve your Heart Health

A new study appears to confirm that when you eat, is just as important for health as what and how much you eat. U.S. researchers asked men to complete questionnaires about what they ate and when they ate it, then tracked their health for 16 years. Those who said they skipped breakfast were found to […]