The “Titanic” and “Avatar” director compared the loss of the deep sea sub to that of a child.
Gulf Coast Medical Center to Host Free Stroke Awareness Health Fair (Fort Myers, Fla. – May 13, 2014) — Mark your calendars! In recognition of May as Stroke Awareness Month, Gulf Coast Medical Center, 13681 Doctors Way, Fort Myers, will host a Stroke Awareness Health Fair on Tuesday, May 20, from 10 a.m. until 2 […]
Dog Bite Prevention Week is May 18 – 24 Lee County Offers Tips on Safety Fort Myers, FL, May, 12, 2014 – Dog Bite Prevention Week is May 18th – 24th. However, Lee County Domestic Animal Services warns all residents to be aware of the potential dangers of dog bites and how to prevent them year round. […]
10th ANNUAL RYAN McCLESKEY REDFISH CHALENGE SET FOR MAY 24 at CAPE HARBOUR IN CAPE CORAL (Fort Myers, Fla. – May 9, 2014) — Join Lee Memorial Health System Foundation for a fun-filled family day of fishing at the 10th Annual Ryan McCleskey Redfish Challenge set for Saturday, May 24 at the Marina at Cape Harbour in […]
The Philadelphia Zoo, the nation’s oldest, is unveiling an exhibit that allows its large cats to walk along enclosed, overhead trails that span the zoo’s pathways. They had never encountered humans at anything other than eye level before, said Kay Buffamonte, lead keeper of the zoo’s Big Cat Falls exhibit. Once inside, the two cats […]
According to a 2012 study published in Extreme Physiology & Medicine, outdoor activity in a green environment causes “greater feelings of revitalization and positive engagement.” So if you normally turn to pricey habits to help boost your mood, such as shopping or buying yourself a treat at the coffee shop, try gardening instead. Gardening counts […]
Don’t worry, Max the cattle dog and Ralphee the kitten are here to brighten your Monday. A video published on April 29 that shows the unlikely friends hanging out has almost a million views. Of course the Internet loves getting its fix of cute dogs and cats, but this bond is a little different. According […]