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Posts Tagged ‘aging’

04/1/2014

Mr. Chatterbox: On Being Old in Sarasota

We are old! Hear us roar!

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10/22/2013

L!vely Helps Monitor Seniors Who Live Alone; Plus More Boomer Health News

L!vely helps seniors who live alone, plus tips from Sarasota Memorial Hospital’s “brain trainer” Marcy Stern.

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04/1/2013

Mr. Chatterbox: April 2013

They say that aging is an adventure meant to be savored and enjoyed. We’ll quickly destroy this ridiculous myth. Bad news, readers. I think they’re trying to get rid of me here at Sarasota Magazine. Oh, I can’t prove it, but the signs are everywhere. I don’t seem to have my special parking place anymore […]

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03/1/2013

My World

Tidewell Hospice nurse care manager Shawn Stein on life’s last journey.Why did you become a hospice nurse? It’s what nursing is truly about. We get to be in the most intimate setting with the patients. We sit by the bed and hold their hand, we know their family members, their pets. Any misconceptions people have […]

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02/28/2013

From the Editor: 10 GOOD YEARS

The film, about a 68-year-old who had lived fully and fearlessly, touched and inspired usWhen we walked out of The World’s Fastest Indian,¬†George and I were sniffling. The true-life story of a 68-year-old New Zealand man with heart disease who set a world speed record on his souped-up 1920s Indian motorcycle had thrilled and touched […]

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