The daughter of local theater folk, Hannah Wallace received her English degree from Stetson University and has been an editor for Sarasota (et al) since 2005, specializing in health, culture, cocktails and sarcasm. When she’s not researching bars or interviewing comedians, Hannah abuses her body and entertains observers with various athletic pursuits, including ice hockey and running from zombies.

Horse Whisperers

These Three Pros Help Horses Perform Their Best

Yes, even horses need therapists.

12/02/2019 By Hannah Wallace, Kay Kipling, and Cooper Levey-Baker

Health Report

Groundbreaking Prostate Cancer Trial Taking Place in Sarasota

The treatment, called immunotherapy modulation, involves the injection of a modified cold virus—containing a single gene from the herpes virus—directly into the prostate.

11/07/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Healthcare

New Medicare Nursing Home Ratings Released

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released its latest rankings.

10/29/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Health Report

New Robot Aids in Knee Replacements

Using 3D imaging and real-time intraoperative data, ROSA allows for improved accuracy and alignment, reducing the number of failed knee replacements.

10/25/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Got Cheese?

We Got the Skinny on the Trendy Keto Diet

The diet has now become so popular that food companies are creating products—even full meals—to allow dieters to maintain the low-carb, high-fat eating plan.

09/23/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Touch Points

Massage Therapy Can Benefit Trauma Survivors

The key to this branch of massage therapy is a sensitivity to, and awareness of, the emotional and physical needs of clients who are undergoing acute traumatic stress.

08/27/2019 By Hannah Wallace

School in Session

Dietitian Rebecca Henson Cooks Up Back-to-School Solutions

The sudden change in schedule can take its toll on everyone’s eating habits.

08/09/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Have a Heart

Should You Get a Coronary Calcium Scan?

Coronary calcium scans have gained popularity as a way of detecting calcium buildup in the blood vessels of the heart—an early indicator of potential heart disease.

08/08/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Feng Shui

Feng Shui Expert Kathy Keh Takes Us Inside her Home

Modern feng shui is rooted in the arrangement of spaces and symbols as guided by an individual’s intentions and intuitions.

07/31/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Fantasy Fitness

We Tried It: Running With Zombies

"Zombies, Run!" presents an unusual and engaging storytelling approach to a fitness app.

07/16/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Health

Sarasota’s Hep A Outbreak: What You Need to Know

In any given year, Sarasota County has between three and five cases of hepatitis A. So far in 2019, there have been 17.

06/28/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Bionic Sight

A Local Ophthalmologist Uses New Technology to Restore Vision in Patients With Dry Macular Degeneration

Some Southwest Florida senior citizens now see through a tiny telescope implanted into one of their eyes.

05/29/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Just Move

A New Book Highlights the Benefits of Fitness After 50

Fitness advocate and author Jim Owen is in Sarasota this month for a private speaking engagement. On June 5, he’ll be interviewed on Suncoast View.

05/24/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Skincare

May 26 Is National 'Don't Fry Day'—a Reminder to Take Care of Our Skin

Sarasota dermatologist Megan Bogart shares her tips for protecting yourself from the sun.

05/24/2019 By Hannah Wallace

In the Driver's Seat

Bradenton’s Ali Murdock is the NHL’s Only Female Zamboni Driver

This season the 26-year-old Lakewood Ranch High School grad has been the only woman driving a Zamboni for an NHL team.

04/15/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Beyond the tremors

Parkinson's Expert on What the Latest Research Is Telling Us About the Disease

Dr. Stewart Factor will speak at the Neuro Challenge’s Parkinson’s Expo on Saturday, April 13.

03/25/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Back from the Brink

Stroke Care Has a New, Game-Changing Procedure

SMH is treating major, life-threatening strokes with a minimally invasive technique called thrombectomy.

02/04/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Trials and Vials

Testing, Testing: Sarasota is a Hub for Clinical Trials

More than 600 clinical studies are underway in Sarasota.

02/04/2019 By Hannah Wallace

Stylin'!

Ringling College Students Rebrand an International Menswear Company

Ringling's Collaboratory began five years ago as an initiative of Ringling president Larry Thompson with support from the Patterson Foundation.

01/24/2019 By Hannah Wallace