Gainesville, Florida, has grown from a small agricultural community in the north-central part of the state to a thriving city. Many people have had a hand in Gainesville’s evolution. After befriending the Timucuan Indians, who had originally inhabited the region, the Spanish began recruiting other settlers to move to the area. Despite those valued contributions, however, the people who brought the railroad to Gainesville deserve the most credit for giving the town its start. Soon after tracks were laid through the city, small businesses sprouted and opportunities for new industries arose. The city’s population expanded along with its economic growth, and more people began to witness the unique potential of Gainesville. In 1905, the city became home to the University of Florida, and a rich educational heritage began. The university brought great attention to the town and subsequently made Gainesville one of the most important cities in the state and one of the most prominent educational epicenters in the South.
Annotation Dr Rob Hicks offers inspirational advice and ideas on how torecognize the symptoms of high blood pressure and what to doabout them. Staying healthy doesn't need to be a pain. DrHicks remarkably reveals how laughter can be the bestmedicine, sensible but enjoyable dieting ideas and methodsto relax and unwind. Dr Hicks has been a doctor for overten years and is the doctor for several radio stations,newspapers, magazine and internet sites. In this book headdresses the real health risks associated with high bloodpressure and provides ideas on why and how to stop usingtobacco as well as gentle everyday exercises that you canenjoy.
The number of people who suffer from allergies has risen steadily over the last fifty years. In fact, 15 million people are sniffing, wiping and scratching right now. Dr Rob Hicks considers the multitude of causes and the best ways to reduce or stop the symptoms, so that you can take control and feel free again, from simple ideas like eating local honey and wearing wraparound sunglasses to reduce hay fever symptoms to keeping a food diary to check that your ''allergy'' isn't, in fact, an intolerance.