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What To Do With Worry?

Thoughts I want to share with you as we leave August and move into the first day of the rest of our lives. How has your life changed since the start of social isolation, social distancing, and designer masks? Have you been able to adapt to changes? Have you been personally affected by COVID or…

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Singing Your Way To Health And Healing

Singing during or after cancer treatment may be very beneficial. BY TAMERA ANDERSON-HANNA I love music and personally feel that playing an instrument or singing is an intimate and personal expression of the heart. Listening to music can be a way to connect with oneself, but it also can help calm or stimulate the brain and…

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Experience Dance for Parkinson

Dance and Movement to Enhance Health Outcomes with Leymis Bolaños Wilmott – by Lisa Richardson in collaboration with Hedda Matza-Haughton Arts for Health Sarasota-Manatee (AFHS-M) co-chairs, Hedda Matza- Haughton, LCSW, and Lisa Richardson, LMHC, were very pleased to showcase on January 24, 2017 one of AFHS-M’s Professional Organization members, Sarasota Contemporary Dance (SDC), who actively…

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The Pink Hulk – January 28, 2017 at 3 pm

  GOTTA VAN PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS THE PINK HULK IN THE SARASOTA FESTIVAL 2017 Valerie David’s inspiring journey about becoming a 2-time cancer survivor, kicking cancer to the curb while she embarks on a HILARIOUS nonstop quest for love and new meaning in her life! THE PINK HULK IS PLAYING AT: THE CROCKER MEMORIAL CHURCH 1260 12TH…

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In Remembrance

Denise “De” Roggenbuck 1954-2015 A symbol of love, passion, hope and courage Denise “De” Roggenbuck was a bright, shining star in the development and expansion of who we are as Arts For Health Sarasota- Manatee, Inc. As a volunteer community based organization, Dee helped shape the organization as it is today through her participation as…

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IN REMEMBRANCE OF A POET

The Picture of Health: Art Exhibits in Cancer Centers Help Patients and Families Heal With growing evidence that they can help patients and their families heal, art installations and exhibits are becoming more prevalent in cancer centers. MARILYN FENICHEL PUBLISHED: AUGUST 24, 2016 When Alice Momm, art advisor for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK)…