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When is the Right Time to Consider Moving to a Senior Living Community?

By Bruce Rosenblatt Senior Housing Expert. Owner, Senior Housing Solutions. Determining when you may want to consider moving to a retirement community is a very complicated decision process. Many people wait for a crisis to occur before considering such a move; while others plan and move before something happens. Planning requires that you look ‘realistically’ into the crystal ball. Try …

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What can I learn from looking back on my financial situation in 2017?

What can I learn from looking back on my financial situation in 2017?

If your financial plan for 2017 didn’t work out the way you wanted it to, don’t beat yourself up. Instead, ask yourself the following questions to determine what you can learn from reflecting on your financial situation in the last year. Did you meet your financial goals and expectations for 2017? Perhaps you started the year with some financial goals …

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Reap the Benefits of Volunteering

Reap the Benefits of Volunteering

By Greg Pascucci ‘Tis the season for giving. But, did you know there is scientific proof that those who give of their time and talents tend to lead happier and healthier lives than those who do not? From lowering blood pressure to increasing self-esteem, volunteering offers numerous benefits. At The Carlisle Naples, thanks to the active retirement community’s maintenance-free lifestyle, …

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THE EDUCATIONAL SEMINARS THAT EVERYONE ENJOYS ARE HERE AGAIN!

THE EDUCATIONAL SEMINARS THAT EVERYONE ENJOYS ARE HERE AGAIN!

Monthly “Lunch and Learn” Lectures Are Available Again Throughout Southwest Florida! By Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology Services Hoglund Family Hearing And Audiology Center has been the educational resource for Southwest Florida for everything related to the human hearing system. Their popular “Lunch and Learn” seminar series really begins to “ramp up” as the winter months arrive. “I have always …

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A Results-Driven Alternative for Your Chronic Pain

A Results-Driven Alternative for Your Chronic Pain

Nicolas Perez, M.D. – Korunda Pain Management Center In the U.S., over 100 million people suffer from some form of chronic pain.  Most people can relate to having experienced physical pain in their lifetime, but to have to live with that pain on a daily basis can become debilitating. For some patients with chronic back pain, standard forms of treatment …

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Food Can Heal or Harm – The Choice is Yours

Food Can Heal or Harm – The Choice is Yours

By John Canterbury, M.D. As astonishing as it is, the fact is, nearly 30% of Americans are considered obese. Even more disheartening is that obesity is not only a concern for adults, more and more children are being labeled as overweight or obese. The fast pace of today’s society, busy work schedules, financial concerns, stress and anxiety, combined with the …

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A Natural Alternative to Anxiety, Depression and Sleepless Nights

This time of year, most of us are planning parties, creating dinner menus, buying gifts, attending events and programs for our kids, our spouse’s office party, finding the right outfit, or traveling to see family. And the list goes on and on, into an endless abyss of extra things to think about and do. All of these additional add-ons to …

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Changing Paradigms: Nurses Bring Holistic Mental Health Care to Healing

Changing Paradigms: Nurses Bring Holistic Mental Health Care to Healing

For decades we have talked about the limitations of treating the symptoms of diseases while ignoring underlying causes and healing modalities that address the whole person. Although making some headway in changing the outdated healthcare paradigm, additional shifts in the delivery of care for the whole person are still being amended and transformed. The current paradigm makes it extremely challenging …

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Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Season of Winter

Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Season of Winter

By Toni Eatros, MS, Dipl Ac, AP Thousands of years ago the Chinese developed a system of medicine that is still used throughout the world today. This system incorporates more than just medicine. Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners also educate their patients on how the seasons affect the body and ways to stay healthy. This will ultimately lead to a long, …

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Open Enrollment EXTENDED 12/31/2017 Due to Hurricane Irma in the State of Florida. Medicare & Individual Health Insurance for 2018!

Open Enrollment EXTENDED 12/31/2017 Due to Hurricane Irma

By Ulla-Undine Merritt (Dee) National Producer Number (NPN) 8853366 Medicare Beneficiaries who currently have Medicare Advantage Plan and Part D (Prescription Drug Plans) should have received their “Notice of Change” documents in September. These notices compare any plan changes from your current 2017 to your new 2018 plan. You will be automatically re-enrolled in your current plan if you do …

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