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How Can Sleep Affect Your Memory?

A good night's sleep gives your body time to rest and makes you feel better when you wake up. You feel recharged and energized for the next day's activities as your brain also ...
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4 Signs a Senior Needs Help at Home

It is never easy to determine whether your aging loved one needs home care, particularly when they don't want to leave home. A home health aide can help your senior loved one ...
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Holiday Events in Sarasota You Don't Want to Miss

While Sarasota may once have been that sleepy little seaside community decades ago, it is now known as a hip, hot, fun, happening place to be, especially during the "season". If ...
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The Fun and Friendship at Sarasota's Senior Social Clubs

When you make Sarasota your retirement home, you are part of an active community. It's not always easy settling into a new city, leaving family and friends behind in another ...
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The Importance of Staying Well-Hydrated

As with many other aspects of maintaining good health, staying well-hydrated becomes even more important as a person ages. The older a person becomes, the more likely they will ...
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Sarasota Bay Club: The Perfect Retirement Option with Ownership Options

Before you find your way to the luxurious retirement community of Sarasota Bay Club, you should know why Sarasota is one of the top-ranked retirement options in the Southern ...
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Knowing Your Senior Lifestyle Options at Sarasota Bay Club

Not all retirement communities are the same, and choosing the one that best suits your needs and lifestyle is important. The best places to retire should include activities, ...
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6 Safety Products that can Help Your Loved Ones Live Independently

As your loved ones age, common everyday tasks can become more difficult. When you work to keep up with the subtle changes in your routine, keep safety in mind. It makes the ...
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How to Improve Your Lifestyle Through an Independent Living Community

Seniors who have reached the retirement age of 55 or over may want to consider an independent living community that offers an amenity-rich maintenance-free lifestyle. It's an ...
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