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St. Augustine memory care center flexes brain muscles of aging
The way Ginny Bullard sees it, the brain is like any other muscle that needs to be flexed to stay active and vital. "People go to the gym to exercise their biceps but we really need to exercise our brains, too, to stave off atrophy," said Bullard, who recently launched a new business, Sage Brain Academy, with partner Jim Barber. Read more
Publix announces updated COVID-19 face mask policy: Here’s who it impacts
ORLANDO, Fla. — All Publix workers will be required to wear face masks inside Publix stores starting Monday, the grocery chain announced Friday. Publix officials said the change applies to all Publix associates, both vaccinated and unvaccinated. The change comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended earlier... Read more
LoL you sheep are actually really hysterical thinking a mask will stop a virus. And it's a virus with a 99% survival rate and you sit back and cheer as politicians and corporations put restrictions on you.
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Remember how Trump organized a team and gave daily briefings that went on for over an hour sometimes? Fauci became a rockstar and scarves were all the rage. It didn’t take long for the news media to use these briefings as an opportunity to play gotcha with the president, skin, twist and smear him further in the media. So where is biden/
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St. Johns County veterans group seeks to raise $50,000 for woman's liver transplant
In January, a serious infection sent Tammy Bader-Gibbs, a 43-year-old Palatka resident, to Flagler Hospital for about a month. The infection attacked her liver and heart. During a medical procedure, doctors learned that she has a heart problem that must be corrected before she can get a needed liver transplant, Bader-Gibbs said. Read more
ST. JOHNS COUNTY FISHING REPORT: Rain, heat slow fishing down
Generally speaking, it's been a little tough in the freshwater this week. Give the hot weather and hard rains their due, but the fish just can't seem to get settled down. Redfish reports are starting to come in from just north of Green Cove Springs so they should come farther south over the next few weeks. The best report this week came from the Marker 18 area of the river near Green Cove, where really good numbers of croakers were caught and the fish are good sized. Read more