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2014-01-11 23:02:27

Dr Weiner began using Botox during his fellowship training at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1994 under the direction of Charles Cummings, MD and Paul Flint, MD. Initially, he used Botox for therapeutic reasons and then started cosmetic injections in 1997. Destin, FL (PRWEB) January 11, 2014 Botox is the most popular cosmetic procedure performed in the world. It was originally FDA approved in 1989 for treatment of strabismus (lazy eye) and soon thereafter, for spasticity (muscle spasms)...

2014-01-07 23:01:23

Dr. Weiner is renown for his facial volumization with dermal fillers using blunt cannulas. Artefill offers his patients a long lasting correction due to the stimulation of their collagen by the microspheres of PMMA (poly methyl methacrylate) within the product. Santa Rosa Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 07, 2014 The aging face is the summation of several different factors. Skin pigmentation (hyperpigmentation, solar lentigos) and textural changes (wrinkles, pores) are the results of accumulated...

2013-09-20 23:00:42

Air Conditioning & Heating Inc. urges customers to perform maintenance on their heating systems in time for winter. Santa Rosa Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 20, 2013 Air Conditioning & Heating Inc. recommends customers perform routine maintenance on their individual heating systems before the cold weather sets in for good. The Farmers’ Almanac predicts a bitter cold winter this year, and in the past their predictions have held an 80 percent success rate. Cold weather can wreak...

2008-08-02 21:00:11

By Nate Kelly, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Aug. 2--A proposed dam on the Little Choctawhatchee River in Alabama may increase the water quality in the bay, since Dothan's waste and effl uent streams would no longer be channeled into the river, according to Dr. Jeffrey Wilcox, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Fish Taxa Coordinator. "The water quality will be improved greatly," said Barbara Gibson, executive director of Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Rivers...

2008-07-26 21:00:23

By Sean Boone, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Jul. 26--"It looked like a very dangerous situation for anyone concerned," said beachgoer and local resident Glenda Moore. Moore was one of several witnesses to a breach of Draper Lake on July 17 that swept several children into the Gulf of Mexico. "Just the power of the water -- it's something that concerns me because of the safety (and not enough warnings posted)." According to Moore, several children had to be assisted to shore...

2008-07-19 15:00:23

By Deborah Wheeler, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Jul. 19--While many businesses are struggling in the current woeful economy, business at Fired Up in Seaside has been nonstop. "It's like this from February through Labor Day," said owner Jim Radford "Last year was the biggest in terms of revenue and this year is better." The key to Radford's right to brag, he believes, is "fun." "We decided we would have a lot of fun with this when we bought it," he said. "That makes it like having...

2008-07-19 15:00:23

By Nate Kelly, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Jul. 19--After a heavy rain, does part of your yard become submerged with water? If so, the answer to the problem may not be more engineering but instead a beautiful rain garden. Members of the South Walton Community Council discussed the concept of using rain gardens to solve drainage problems at their meeting on July 15. "Rain gardens can be used in connection with stormwater problems," said Anita Page, executive director of the SWCC....

2008-07-19 15:00:21

By Sean Boone, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Jul. 19--LIBERTY -- The Victory Baptist Church is not only a place of worship to many in the north DeFuniak Springs community of Liberty, but is documented as the reason the town got its name. According to records from the Walton County Public Library, the church building was built in 1916 as a junior high school and was named Liberty after builders praised the education system in America. On the morning of July 9, the building caught...

2008-07-12 15:00:15

By Nate Kelly, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Jul. 12--Whether it's a matter of more people on the beach or more rescue personnel patrolling the beach, this year is seeing twice as many water rescues as compared to last year's numbers. "The weather plays a big part of it," said Deputy Chief Sean Hughes of the South Walton Fire District. "The surf and wave action was particularly volatile during the spring; this moved the sandbar confi guration and created a lot of rip currents,"...

2008-07-12 15:00:15

By Sean Boone, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Jul. 12--Private beach owners will now be responsible for items left on their property at night. The Walton County Board of Commissioners voted on Tuesday to approve an ordinance that would allow Walton County Sheriff's deputies to tag and ultimately remove items left on private beaches that do not have permits. A Remove It Or Lose It program was started last year by the county to cut down on items left on the beach such as chairs,...


Word of the Day
vermicular
  • Like a worm in form or movement; vermiform; tortuous or sinuous; also, writhing or wriggling.
  • Like the track or trace of a worm; appearing as if worm-eaten; vermiculate.
  • Marked with fine, close-set, wavy or tortuous lines of color; vermiculated.
  • A form of rusticated masonry which is so wrought as to appear thickly indented with worm-tracks.
This word ultimately comes from the Latin 'vermis,' worm.
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