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Visit the quirky Standard Hotel, learn about the health benefits of a staycation and it’s all about hydration.
Hunter visits a newly expanded vegan cafe, personal trainer Morgan Shapiro shows you how to tone and shape your legs.
Hunter goes Hollywood during a round of next-level mini-golf, Morgan demos the difference between movement and flexibility and you visit a middle school using some very advanced educational concepts.
New guidelines for surgery are improving outcomes for people with Marfan syndrome, a congenital disorder that can damage the heart and increase the risk of sudden death.
February marks the start of American Heart Month and a recent poll found women especially don’t understand their risk.
According to doctors two most common thyroid diseases are hyperthyroidism, which is an overactive thyroid, and hypothyroidism, which is an underactive thyroid.
Hunter takes you through the Paradox Museum to learn about the brain, then checks out a water-filled barbell and tells you how your own house may be trying to kill you!
Hunter tours you through the Paradox Museum to learn a little about how our brains work, then he checks out a crazy water-filled barbell and shows you how to determine if house is trying to kill you!
Hunter visits Treetops Park as an alternative to crowded New Year's gyms, 7 veggies to help you lose weight, and the advantages of walking on sand.
Host, Hunter, visits the Westin Ft. Lauderdale to recover from New Year's Eve with mock-tails, and gets advice on how using a wok can help enhance your healthy cooking.
We visit the famous Knaus Berry Farm to pick strawberries and enjoy a legendary cinnamon roll, plus a new kind of daycare and a guided tour of The Fair at Margate.
Host Hunter visits the Ft Lauderdale International Boat Show, gives you the importance of mobility from trainer Martin Gelbspan and explores the health of your wealth in these inflationary times.
Learn why Blue Zones claims they can have you living a longer, fuller life. Also find out why mobility is critical as we age and what to do if we see someone who might be having a stroke.
Hunter rides the Tri-Rail and visits a BBQ restaurant to beat the cost of living, plus Morgan shows you a beginner’s pull up and Dr. Sam shows you how well adjusted ankles can help the whole body feel better.
SoFlo HEALTH returns to one of your favorite museums, personal trainer, Rachel, shows you a pushup we can all do and find out why cloudy days can affect your mood.
A jiu-jitsu lesson, personal trainer Morgan teaches you how to do a lateral lunge and “Professor Produce” waxes poetic about the King of Fruits.
Join Hunter and nutritionist, Monica Moreno, as they visit a popular South Florida restaurant, learn a good morning workout and play golf for a good cause.
Host, Hunter, underlines the importance of eating well, plus the importance of giving well with a visit to Feeding South Florida and the cucumber’s health benefits are featured.
To remember and honor 9/11, host, Hunter, visits the Ft. Lauderdale Fire and Safety Museum.
Host, Hunter, celebrates Labor Day and the American worker by….relaxing at a local resort, enjoying a visit from “Professor Produce” and several other surprise guests.
Hunter introduces you to a cross-stitch expert to find out why this meditative hobby is so popular and Personal Trainer, Morgan shows you how to spice up your daily walk.