Entries by LifeInNaples

WORLD’S FIRST PROSTHETIC 3D EYE IS LATEST BREAKTHROUGH FOR BASCOM PALMER

Dedicated to his patients’ appearance and comfort and psychological wellbeing, as well as their medical care, David T. Tse, M.D., has spent years trying to find an alternative to the time-consuming and costly process of fabricating a prosthetic for the orbital socket. “My objective is to convert prosthesis fabrication to a low-cost, non-contact process that […]

WELCOME TO OUR OLD NAPLES NEIGHBORHOOD

DR. JEFFREY AND MRS. JOY CRAIG by Jane Cox PhD, ARNP You may have noticed a new concierge physician office in Old Naples. Dr. Jeffrey L. Craig and his wife, Joy, began practicing at the new location in January of 2019. The office is beautifully situated in the totally renovated corner of the former Maus […]

HEALTHY HOME, HEALTHY YOU

by, Karen Larson, Principal, Broad Avenue Studios, Inc. Wellness has emerged as one of the world’s biggest and fast growing industries.This growth is projected to only accelerate in years ahead and in turn reshaping the interior design sector. Broad Avenue Studios, Inc. specializes in wellness and assisting homeowners best determine how to bring this concept […]

Something to Celebrate

I appreciate just about any reason to celebrate and there’s a lot to celebrate in May. When I was a little girl, a sweet grandmotherly neighbor would wave me over every May 1st to give me a flower and wish me a happy May Day. I cannot boast any Mexican heritage, but I do enjoy […]

Three Local Leaders Honored at Celebration Reception

David Lawrence Center (DLC) celebrated the end of season and their 50th Anniversary with a reception honoring three special individuals and businesses. As Collier County’s only comprehensive, not-for-profit mental health and addiction recovery treatment center serving children, adults and families, it relies on the contributions and leadership of the people who support it to advance […]

THE LINK BETWEEN HIGHER EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE

by Dr. John Meyer, President, Hodges University With six degrees of separation, you can make unlikely connections. The link between higher education and workforce is direct. We hear about the need for more professional and skilled workers, but do we truly understand what that means? The challenge lies within what the average person’s understanding and […]