by Dr. Megan Sones Clapton
The warmer months have finally settled in. Our flora and fauna have awakened from winter, and nature is in bloom. All flowers need roots, tending to, watering, sun, and some even need thorns for protection. Human nature is a lot like mother nature. As seasons in our lives change, so do our needs. Spring and summer can inspire a transformation in how we can practice self-care. Here is a list of big and small things that can help us take a few moments for ourselves.
by Amber Helsel
You may have heard rumblings about a new way to eat kale, and the cool thing is it's local: EasyKale.
by Dr. Timothy Quinn
It's summer, and that means one thing in Mississippi: It's going to get hot. Dr. Timothy Quinn, who owns Quinn Healthcare, recently shared tips to stay hydrated and cool in the Deep South heat.
by Dustin Cardon
Addiction Center Moves to Baptist
Pathway Healthcare, a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center, moved its Jackson office from County Line Road to the Baptist Medical Center campus in early May. Pathway provides medication-assisted treatment and behavioral counseling to combat opioid addiction, as well as alcohol and other drug-use disorders.
by Brinda Fuller Willis
On a Saturday morning in July, Alyssa and Jon Bryant are setting up at the Mississippi Farmers Market in downtown Jackson to sell a variety of sweet treats, such as chocolate-chip cookies and waffles.
by Mike McDonald
Dr. Megan Sones Sones Clapton, the owner and therapist at Ridgeland clinic Mindful Therapy, says she believes the mind and body are connected, influencing one another in a kind of symbiosis. That is an idea that became abundantly clear to her after she contracted a parasite on her honeymoon.
by Christopher Peace
Before Jackson massage therapist Matthew Haynes launched Blue Skyz Still Waters Massage Therapy, he says people told him for many years that he "has a pretty good touch."
by Katie Gill
One of Flowood's newest skin-care clinics, Bella Skin Studio, is a one-woman show. Chelsea Thaw is the owner, receptionist and esthetician, which is a term used to describe a skin-care specialist. The Flowood native has been operating Bella Skin Studio since opening in September 2016.
by JFP Staff
At some point, we all need a health-care provider, whether weire going to a doctor for a wellness visit, to a dentist to get a cavity filled, or to a hospital or clinic if something happens, and we need urgent care. For this Best of Jackson pop-up ballot, Jacksonians voted for the best doctors, dentists, surgeons, health-care providers and more. Here are the results.
by Amber Helsel
The scent of Cajun spices wafts through the air at Gumbo Girl. A cashier in a black T-shirt with the restaurant's logo on it stands at the register, taking phone and in-person orders as a steady stream of customers walk into the restaurant.
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