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Luxury Retirement Living Sarasota

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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Is a Glass of Wine Actually Good For You?

Like many residents of Sarasota Bay Club, you enjoy an occasional glass or two of wine with dinner. Of course, it's delicious, but is wine actually good for you? A number of ...
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Simple At-Home Exercises to Help You to Improve Your Balance

It's no secret that as you age, you begin to lose muscle tone, reflexes become slower, and the ability to rebound from a minor loss of balance, such as when a person trips on an ...
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4 Benefits of Walking Daily for Seniors

As we age, it’s important to stay active. One of the best ways to maintain good health is by going for daily walks. Here are the most common ways seniors benefit from walking ...
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The 4 Most Common Health Concerns for Seniors

As people age, it is more important to monitor potential health problems. Even though health concerns may appear at any age, seniors are more prone to a variety of conditions. ...
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5 Best Places to Catch a Show in Sarasota, Florida

It's no secret that Sarasota has a lot of cultures to offer. Being an art town with many performing arts available, Sarasota has no shortage of great shows. With more than 500 ...
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4 Benefits of Reading for the Aging Brain

Reading can be a powerful tool for keeping the aging brain sharp – and it's never too late to start. If you're an older adult who wants to learn more about keeping your brain ...
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5 Benefits of Living in a Senior Living Community

As you age, it can become difficult to manage all the things you're responsible for at home. Household chores, finances, activities, and lifestyle choices, can all become harder. ...
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Can Yoga Be Helpful and Healthy for Seniors?

For older people, it's particularly important to keep moving, but vigorous exercise may no longer be possible. Can yoga fill the gap? For many seniors, the answer is yes.
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