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Ponte Vedra Wellness Center At least 70% of America’s 30 million elementary school students use computers, according to a recent New York Times article. As a result of this increased usage, health care professionals are treating more young patients suffering from the effects of working at computer stations that are either designed for adults or poorly designed for children. Many children are already suffering from repetitive motion injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome and chronic pain in the hands, back, neck and shoulders. more
Sports medicine surgeon Jeremy Rush, MD, evens the playing field for your young athlete by answering the most common back-to-school questions he gets from parents. more
Residents were in it to twin it at the KYDS Children Boutique’s Back to School Twins in the Courtyard party on Aug. 1. Many winners of the twins photoshoot made appearances in matching outfits for balloon animals, caricature drawings, prizes and 22% off their purchases. more
What is it to be community-minded? Picking up trash and attending community forums to be better informed about local issues are ways residents can contribute to making neighborhoods thrive. These not-so-small acts represent the physical manifestations of what community-mindedness is. Learning to see the world around you as an extension of yourself and to feel responsible for it — that’s what it is to be community-minded. more
Camp I am Special is a unique summer camp for children with special needs, offered through Catholic Charities, that is nestled near the St. Johns River. On July 29, the camp received a special visit by the The PLAYERS Championship’s Red Coats, who stopped to offer their philanthropic services by helping throw the kids a pizza party to kick off the final week of festivities. more
The Florida Chamber Music Project recently announced performance dates at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. The FCMP will kick off its seventh season on Sunday, Sept. 15 with Johannes Brahms String Quartet Number 3, Opus 67. more
A Night of Celebration was bittersweet as eight young women from Kazakhstan took the stage at Waypoint Church at Nocatee on Aug. 9 to share their stories with host families, prayer partners and … more
St. Johns County representatives and officials took to the stage Aug. 7 to speak to residents directly, answering questions and listening to concerns. The public forum included District 4 County … more
It was Friday, Jan. 13, 2006 and even though Paolo Gioia was not due to arrive for eight more weeks, he was determined to arrive on his terms. Born at only 3 pounds 14 ounces, Paolo spent 21 days … more
According to a recent study, in St. Johns County there were 876 homeless students in the 2017-2018 school year. In a county with some of the best schools in the state, some kids are coming to class on … more
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