LET’S ROLL — BOCCE IS BACK IN KEY WEST

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Masked men hefted coolers from car trunks and called insulting greetings across the parking lot the way guys do.  With rosters finalized and last-minute calls made to missing...

HOUSE CALLS: CONCIERGE DOCTOR STARTS PRACTICE IN MIDDLE KEYS

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He’s a concierge doctor. Most think that means a fancy doctor with an exclusive clientele. But Dr. Greg Keifer understands and practices it differently.  “I call it ‘direct...

VILLAGE HEARS ORGANIZER, VENDOR CONCERNS RE: FARMERS MARKETS

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Organizers of two Islamorada farmers markets recently expressed their frustrations to council members over the village not only deeming the events flea markets, but also notifying them...

ISLAMORADA HALTS SANCTIONED EVENTS THROUGH JUNE 1

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Large-scale events and festivals in Islamorada won’t happen any time soon, following the village council’s recent decision to halt the issuance of temporary use permits to early...

KEYS HAS PLAN TO VACCINATE 100 SHUT-INS AT HOME

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On Thursday, March 4, the Marathon Fire Rescue will be picking up its allotment of COVID-19 vaccine to inoculate homebound seniors. The list of seniors who cannot...

LOWER KEYS MEDICAL CENTER OFFERS HEART HEALTH TIPS

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We’ve changed habits and actions to protect our health during the pandemic, but one thing remains the same – we need to take quick action with a...

KEYS HEALTH GROUPS GIVE WOMEN’S HEARTS SOME LOVE

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Despite the headline-grabbing pandemic still wreaking havoc in our daily lives, the health care professionals at Key West’s Womankind are urgently reminding Keys residents that COVID hasn’t...

Are you spending enough time in green space?

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Recently, one of my patients asked me to do a contribution on the health benefits of being outside. My wife, Mindy, was able to quickly find an...

JUMP ROPE: THE CHEAP, PORTABLE & EFFECTIVE WORKOUT

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Despite the glut of Peloton, Mirror & Nordic Track commercials on television these days, exercise need not be expensive. A good jump rope costs less than $20....

STATEWIDE INFECTION RATES FALL TO ABOUT 7%

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The rate of COVID-19 infection in Florida and in Monroe County is falling, no one disputes that. But … why? One possible explanation is that fewer people are...