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NO MUSCLE? NO SWEAT

NAPLES CONCEPT 10 10 OFFERS 20-MINUTE WORKOUT TO FITNESS, BUT IT’S STILL HARDWORK – By Kelly Farrell, Special to the Daily News – It’s a curious concept: a workout regimen touting that you can get fit by commiting to as  little as 20 minutes a week. You’re not dripping with sweat. You haven’t done traditional cardio work and no stretching …

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Why Wellness Works

By Tori Gabriel, MBA-HA, Florida Heart Research Institute – More and more businesses across the nation are considering with renewed interest offering worksite wellness programs and services to their employees.  Why now – when businesses are struggling to stay afloat during the economic downturn is the case for workplace wellness gaining momentum?  Fortune 500 companies have long offered wellness programs …

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Is it My MEMORY… or Is it My HEARING?

The Latest Findings on the Connection Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Function! – By Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology Services – Does your loved one constantly forget items that you know you’ve discussed with them, or is it possible that they didn’t actually hear the message correctly? This question has been a concern for many families who suspect that a …

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Mindfulness and Connection

Key Components of Your Best Life – By Madeline Ebelini, MATP, RYT – Integrative Mindfulness, Bonita Springs – During my graduate studies in Transpersonal Psychology, I became intrigued with the idea of human connection and mindfulness as catalysts for healing and transformation. Something about today’s world of divisiveness and separation seemed fundamentally inconsistent with my own understanding of psychological health. …

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Giving Fellow Humans the Benefit of the Doubt

Is good for your blood pressure – By Norma Brenne Henning, J.D., Salvatori Wood & Buckel – Florida attracts people from all over the world, who come as visitors, investors, employees – temporarily or for good.  It’s hard to go out into public and not hear a foreign language spoken somewhere.   We expect seeing foreign people at tourist attractions and …

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Annuities: Are They Right for You?

By George Leamon, CLTC – Investing in employer-sponsored 401(k) and 403(b) plans are important for your future and security during retirement. Yet, contributions to these plans are limited and may not provide enough income during your golden years, especially if you begin saving later in life. To ensure there is enough income later, an annuity may be a viable option …

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Reactivate Your Vision

Regain the Vision You Had in Your 20’s – or Better! – By Dr. Alexandra Konowal – Although most people over the age of 60 experience some level of blurry vision due to cataracts, and almost  everyone over 50 loses their ability to read comfortably without glasses due to presbyopia, it is now possible to regain performance more like that …

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“SPRING” into Action With A Long-Term Care Insurance Plan

Here are 4 important mistakes to avoid. – By Rosemarie Hurley, Certified Senior Advisor – Long-term care insurance is asset protection.  It is designed to pay for care when we get older and need some assistance with our daily lives.  It pays for all levels of Care in the Home, in an Assisted Living Facility and last resort….Nursing Home Care.  …

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Skincancer

By Janet Sperry, MD, Board Certified Radiation Oncologist – Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States.  In fact, over one million new cases are diagnosed per year. The main risk factor for developing skin cancer is cumulative lifetime sunshine exposure, especially exposure early in life. Individual risk factors include blonde or red hair, fair complexion, …

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Anti-aging is a Reality with Hyperbaric Oxygen

By Yollo Wellness – No one likes to admit they are aging. Many of the anti-aging products on the market today claim they will make you look buff, look skinny, look younger, live longer and gain strength. Would you believe that all of these benefits can be derived from a natural element that has been around since the beginning of …

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