Nationally Renowned Wellness Expert’s Book Sex and Spaghetti Sauce: My Italian Mother’s Recipe for Getting Healthy and Getting Busy in Your 50s and Beyond is Now Available on Kindle
Debut book from Carmella Sebastian, MD, MS combines her mother’s health and wellness wisdom with the latest medical research on living a healthy life
Tampa, Fla. (March 25, 2013) – Dr. Carmella Sebastian, “Dr. Carm,” a nationally known wellness educator and expert on healthy, sane living, today announced the Kindle edition of her book, Sex and Spaghetti Sauce: My Italian Mother’s Recipe for Getting Healthy and Getting Busy in Your 50s and Beyond is now available.
“I’m very excited that with the new Kindle version, Sex and Spaghetti Sauce is now able to reach more readers who are looking for a practical guide to healthy living,” said Dr. Carm. “This book is very important to me because it not only covers health and wellness, a topic I am truly passionate about, but in many ways it pays homage to my mother who taught me so much about good health.”
Casey Health Institute and its team of integrative practitioners aim to introduce patients to a new model of healthcare – one that focuses on prevention, treating the whole person, and sustainability
Gaithersburg, Md. (May 15, 2013) – Casey Health Institute, a new state-of-the-art integrative primary care center, has opened in the Washington, D.C. suburb of Gaithersburg, Md. It offers a new model of healthcare, one that believes health and wellness are achieved through collaboration and a team-based approach that penetrates all levels of the organization in order to treat the whole person, prevent illness, and address the runaway costs devastating our current health system.
Co-founded by husband and wife team David Fogel, MD and Ilana Bar-Levav, MD, the Casey Health Institute addresses a broken system that has both patients and doctors feeling frustrated and resigned. Casey Health’s mission is to create a new model of integrative health care that transforms the patient/provider relationship in the context of a community based health center. Economic sustainability is a key factor and includes, as part of its mission, community outreach and education as well as providing healthcare for the locally underserved.
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April 30, 2013
How a Mediterranean diet could ease menopause symptoms
By Cindy Kuzma
Garlic, peppers, mushrooms, pasta, strawberries, and red wine. These foods might heat up a romantic dinner—and new evidence suggests they cool you down during menopause, too.
The menopausal women who most closely followed a Mediterranean diet rich in vegetables, noodles, and red wine were about 20 percent less likely to report hot flashes and night sweats than those who didn’t stick to the diet, according to a new study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Women who regularly ate certain fruits, including strawberries, pineapple, melon, and mango, were also less likely to report these symptoms.
Michelle Bauer and Laura Fontanills make up one of Tampa Bay’s all-APR public relations firms
St. Petersburg, Fla. (April 29, 2013) – Common Language, a strategic consulting and communications firm in downtown St. Petersburg, Fla., has announced its president and chief strategist, Michelle Bauer, and its account director, Laura Fontanills, have successfully completed the Examination for Accreditation in Public Relations, entitling them to use the APR professional designation. Their successful completion of the examination makes Common Language one of Tampa Bay’s few all-APR public relations firms.
“We’re very pleased to have earned this credential and offer our clients the benefits of the enhanced expertise we’ve acquired by going through this process,” said Bauer. “In today’s world of ever-changing technology, social media, and round-the-clock news cycle, continuing education and staying ahead of trends are more important than ever. We’re happy to have this distinguished designation and look forward to the continued education required to maintain it.”