• Gloria Yoder

    This week I’d like to introduce you to a recipe I recently used for my family for the first time. Daniel and Julia were both quite impressed with it and it certainly proved to be easier to make that I thought it would be. This is without a doubt the first of many batches of these I will make.

  • Call it whatever you like - crock pot, slow cooker or simply the best time saving appliance in your kitchen.

  • Glendale, Arizona will be on the radar for most all football fans Sunday when the Seattle Seahawks go head-to-head with the New England Patriots for the NFL Super Bowl XLIX gridiron championship at the University of Phoenix stadium.

  • Dr. Richard Hoffman


    Q: I heard that some new drugs were approved for people with Parkinson’s disease. What can you tell me about them?

  •  Dr. Cheryl McFarland-Bryant

  • Dr. Udaya Kumar


  • A new you: this starts from the inside out. New Year’s resolutions usually fall by the wayside before anything gets accomplished. The key is to set achievable goals, create a tracking system in which you are accountable to and live life to its fullest with a passionate faith that you were created to do something great.

  • I am going to talk about dentures this week. During the past few weeks, I have had a number of questions regarding dentures. I will write in general terms while trying to address the questions asked. I hope this is information helps in your decisions on what to do with your dentures.

  • A 44-year-old woman did her self-breast examination and felt a lump. She went to see her internist. A mammogram was ordered. It showed a mass. A biopsy confirmed breast cancer. She had surgery. She was found to have stage 1 breast cancer.

  • Last week, we began a series regarding cancers of the upper aerodigestive tract by discussing cancers of the larynx. Today, we will conclude this discussion by looking at cancers of the oral cavity and the oropharynx (back of the mouth).

  • Megan Carella

  • I got a text the other day from a friend that said simply: “Life is chaotic.“ 

  • Rochelle Kaiser

  •  Floridians tend to get a bit irritated when our snowbirds pack the streets and roads in Citrus County, but they are part of the lifeblood of our community and we are grateful they decided to become our neighbors for even part of the year.

  • The old adage that many hands make light work has become a reality today at Mom’s house. With hosting services at their house on Sunday, there’s lots of cleaning and organizing to be done. In our community, the church ladies and girls have a work day of scrubbing and cleaning at the home where church services are to be held next.

  •  Pinot Noir (pee-noh nwhar) is one of the four aristocrats within the wine world, and as with sundry upper-crust types, it can be finicky and hard to get along with.

  • You don’t have to book a flight to Thailand to discover such dishes such as Crazy for Noodles, Dancing Squid, Fancy Duck and an entire banquet of Thai curries.

  • Marcia Brown

    For the Chronicle