Senior Living

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    Day center provides lifeline for local seniors

    BRADENTON — Like clockwork each weekday morning, the six seniors shuffle into their seats at the circular wooden table to play cards.

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    Tips for how to settle a loved one’s estate

    My 77-year-old aunt recently asked me to be the executor of her estate when she dies. I feel flattered that she asked, but I’m not sure what the job entails. What can you tell me, and where can I get some help?

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    Surprising Superfruit

    There's fruit, and then there's superfruit. What's the dif-ference? A superfruit has unique phytochemicals not found in other fruits - and that translates to unique health benefits.

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    Can hurt feelings actually hurt?

    Research says yes. Here’s what you need to know about the physical effects of mental malaise.

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    Tips On Making A Home More Senior Friendly

    A growing number of seniors are finding that with a few design changes, their home can be made to accommodate their physical, financial and emotional needs as they grow older.

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    Discovering A Caribbean Gem

    (NAPS)-Most people know that the Caribbean is famous for its white sandy beaches and beautiful blue seas. But destinations such as the French West Indies island of Martinique also offer a variety of delightful activities, surprising sites and more.

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    A Postive Effect for Seniors

    For some seniors, retirement isn't all that is cracked up to be. All too often grandchildren grow up, children move away and older friends and family members pass away. As a result, many seniors become lonely and depressed. They need something in their life to combat these feelings, and that might...

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    Old Homes Look to the future

    The homes we live in today weren’t designed for the world in which we live. Electrical outlets were placed to facilitate a lamp, not a home theater. Kitchens were designed with enough space for a refrigerator and a stove, not warming drawers and islands. To live in the new millennium you ...

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    Living Well with Parkinsons Disease

    An estimated 1 million Americans live with Parkinson’s disease (PD) — an age-related degenerative neurological disorder. Many struggle with tremors, stiffness, slowness of movement and impaired balance. According to the National Parkinson Foundation, although the average age of onset...

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    More Money on Hand

    With a reverse mortgage, homeowners may never owe more than what their home is worth.

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