February 1, 2012
Terra Verde’s Barn Roof Gets Energized

Creating a solar power system requires more than just buying some photovoltaic cells and connecting them to your house, because you need a power inverter to convert that power to work with your home’s electrical system. Power inverters convert the power that is generated by your solar power system from direct current to alternating current, which is used in homes and businesses. This Grid Tie Solar Inverter is designed for those that will still be connected to the power grid, so you’ll be able to provide power when you’re not using it and receive power if you do need extra.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Terra Verde’s Kitchen Renovation Begins
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February 1, 2012
Greenovation of Terra Verde’s Kitchen

Our Terra Verde kitchen is pretty much your typical 1970’s utilitarian kitchen space. It’s tiny, closed off from rest of the house and really an area to just cook and clean. All the original cabinetry and appliances that made sense were reused and recycled by folks in the community. Award winning kitchen desinger Rick Caccavello and his creative team from Central and Bath in Winter Park, Florida is helping us bring the Terra Verde kitchen into the 21st century.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Olympic Figure Skater Kimmie Meissner

We caught up with Kimmie Meissner to see how this energetic young woman is balancing college, working at a physical therapy office and training for the sport that stole her heart as a little girl.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
CFHA Wellness Center Feature

George Mattson’s passion and dedication to the art of karate has impacted the lives of many people across our country and Canada. The 72 year old Sensei or “teacher” who lives in Eustis, Florida actually brought the centuries old Okinawan Style of karate to the United States back in 1958.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Phillip Dutton – Olympic Equestrian

Phillip was born in 1963 in Nyngan, New South Wales, Australia. Horses were a part of life on his family’s sheep and wheat farm, and most of Phillip’s time off the farm was spent at pony club rallies and horse trials. He continued to pursue his passion for riding while studying in Sydney at Newington College and later at Agricultural College.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Life After a Heart Attack

The heart is a powerful muscle responsible for pumping life-sustaining blood to the entire body. When something happens to threaten that process, such as a heart attack, the consequences can be deadly.

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Outsmart Menopause

There are many ways to manage this time in your life, both in physical and psychological terms. Decisions about therapies depend on your:

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Barrel Racer’s Health Care Ride

This week’s “Your Life” story is a perfect example of the common challenge millions of Americans face every year. Remember-hospital emergency rooms are set up to focus on medical emergencies. They are not designed to focus on routine health care. If you go to the ER for a problem that is NOT and emergency:

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By Dr. Anna Marie
February 1, 2012
Silent Killer – Triple A

Right now, one-million Americans are walking around with a Triple A and they don’t even realize it. By understanding the risk factors, you can be prepared to take action! While the exact causes are not clear, risk factors associated with this condition include:

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By Dr. Anna Marie
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