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Market Street Viera Jan 18
The health and well-being of our residents is an ultimate priority of ours. Visit our website to learn about our wellness program and how we use exercise to enrich the lives of each resident:
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Market Street Palm Coast Jan 18
We love teaching tai-chi to our residents because it's a wonderful, low-impact that's great for helping to improve balance. shares some more health benefits of this activity:
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Pro2FIT Jan 18
Pro2FIT ... you'll feel the difference.
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Market Street Viera Jan 18
"Health and cheerfulness naturally beget each other." Joseph Addison
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Watercrest Naples 19h
: Make fruits and vegetables a staple in your loved one's diet. Buy these fresh when they're on sale to make the cost lower!
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Rudolf Novak, MD, FRCSC, ARDMS Jan 18
One of the most common side effects of menopause is mood swings. When your body stops producing as much estrogen as it once did, it affects the way your body manages serotonin and norepinephrine.
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Watercrest Winter Park 22h
Making sure your loved one has time to de-stress will go a long way in keeping them healthy. When we open, our Spa W will give residents plenty of opportunities to relax!
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Market Street East Lake 23h
Advice: Try incorporating weight training into your loved one's daily exercise routine. Start them off by using a few light hand wights and resistance bands!
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Regina Greer-Smith Jan 15
Some Comic Relief. We can all use some.🤣🤣🤣 ⁦⁩ Card posted on 🤣🤣 I can relate 😁
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TAMU Healthy Aging Jan 11
Talking about your health means sharing information about how you feel physically, emotionally, and mentally with your doctor. Find tips and worksheets to help you describe your symptoms and bring up other concerns at your next visit here:
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Market Street East Lake Jan 16
Each of our residents' meals are packed with superfoods that promote a healthy mind and body. mentions a few tasty superfoods that your loved one might enjoy:
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Market Street Viera Jan 14
At Market Street , we provide a Memories in the Making program as a way to help residents express themselves through art. discusses more on art therapy and how it might play a part in encouraging :
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LivantaCares Jan 15
As children, we’re taught how to be successful adults. By contrast, no one teaches us how to age well. We're often unprepared for this new stage in life. Our friends at have assembled some thoughtful reading on this:
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Watercrest Fort Mill Jan 16
Is your loved one being active enough? We'll work to keep residents engaged and fit because of the research that Medical News Today () shares in this article:
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Market Street Viera 17h
Fact: Leafy greens, whole grains, and olive oil are just a few of the foods that might help fight off dementia!
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Pelican Landing Jan 15
"Exercise should be regarded as tribute to the heart." Gene Tunney
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DiverseElders Jan 16
We shouldn’t overlook any part of our bodies when it comes to , including our oft-neglected feet. In fact, our feet could be considered the foundation of our physical wellness, particularly as we age. via
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Regina Greer-Smith Jan 15
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Mirjam Jan 17
The more reason to use the stairs when possible :)
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United Hebrew Jan 18
The 6 Best Yoga Poses to Practice as You Age
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