The February issue of Health Matters features:
*Healthy Outlook: Certain cooking methods preserve more nutrients
*Cover Story: Local doctors amp up cardiovascular disease prevention
*Buffer Zone: Hula hooping brings fun and exercise full circle
"The Biggest Loser" Sarasota Challenge begins
*Picture of Health: Raw food chef and health educator finds her sense of purpose
*Health Calendar: Local events, seminars and support groups
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18 Jewels on the Bay Showhouse
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21 Taste of the Keys & Fashion Show
8 Sarasota Music Half Marathon
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