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You're So Vein-y

But you don’t have to be. Improved treatments can eliminate spider and varicose veins along with the discomfort they can cause. 

Heavy Metal

Bold metallic accessories and chunky jewels carry a lot of weight in fashion.

Turn on the Neon

From the runway to the roadway, electric colors rule again.

Let's Not Split Hairs

 An ounce or two of prevention can help shield your hair from the dog days of summer.

The Art of Wine

 Creative juices uncork a new age of accessories for pouring and furnishings for storing. 

Made in the Shade

Stylish shelters ward off the sun while helping you stay—and look—cool.

The Right to Bare Arms

Michelle Obama’s unconcealed ‘guns’ inspire women to tone up their biceps and triceps.

Going to Extremes

A local entrepreneur travels the world in pursuit of cutting-edge couture.

A Mood Runs Through It

Pools and water features have the potential to soothe and refresh, as well as the power to create a sensory experience.

Tender Soles

Your feet keep you up and running every day. But what have you done for them lately?

The Father of Inventions

Forget buying neckties for Dad’s Day. What all patriarchs long for are sharp objects, long, straight drives, and Bond-worthy technology. Here are some gift ideas.

Shades of Beauty

Tim Quinn, makeup artist to the stars, shares 10 tricks of the trade.

Outdoor Couture

Fashionable furnishings help turn alfresco spaces into showrooms for entertaining and relaxing.

Bling to Bring Maternal Bliss

Indulge Mom with one of these beautiful gifts on her day.

Dr. Oz on Vitamin D, Dancing to Remember

 Last month, DR. MEHMET OZ gave us tips for sleeping better. Here, he tackles a range of health issues, including vitamin D deficiencies and DNA testing—and, oh, yes, forgetfulness. Known as “America’s doctor,” Dr. Oz is a frequent guest onThe Oprah Winfrey Show, as well as the vice chair and a professor of surgery at Columbia University and the director of the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. He has written fourNew York Times bestsellers, and this month his latest book, You: Being Beautiful, arrives in bookstores. 

A Sense of Repurpose'

Decorating with recycled and sustainable materials helps reduce waste and save energy.

Something to Smile About

The future is bright for those seeking perfect pearly whites.

Clearing the Air

Here’s how to win the allergy battle on the home front.

Bright Ideas

You can have the most beautifully designed space around, but without the proper lighting all that gorgeous décor can’t be seen to its best advantage.

Oh, Baby!

 Apparel and accessories for baby break out of traditional pink and blue.

O-Town Originals

If anyone has said that Orlando’s denizens lack style and sophistication, we’re here to prove them wrong. Meet eight of Orlando’s most fashionable residents. You’ve seen them on stage, at charity events or at hot spots around town. These folks like to break the rules—or else they know how to make the latest looks reflect their personalities. This is our ode to great personal style.

Bed, Bath & Beautiful

The private places in your home deserve just as much attention as the public ones.

Saving Face

Too much fun in the sun takes a toll on your skin, but laser treatments can leave you with a new and younger look.
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Orlando's Top Dentists of 2018

Our annual list featuring 224 of the area's finest dental professionals.

Guide to Private Schools 2018

Our searchable annual database will help you chart an educational course for your family.

2017 Premier Doctors

Our annual list of over 500 doctors.

Top Doctors 2017

The Annual List of the Top Doctors in Orlando.

Best Doctors 2017

The Annual List of the Best Doctors in Orlando.

Orlando's Top Chiropractors of 2017

Check out our 2017 list of some of the best chiropractors in the Orlando area.

2017 Premier Veterinarians

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