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    Culinarian's Day: 5 Tips from Our Chefs for Healthy Snacking

    This month is the time to shine for culinarians – a fancy word for people who love and understand food and who appreciate a nice meal. July 25 is Culinarian's Day, a time to celebrate the art and science of food: cooking food, serving food, eating food.At Bethesda Senior Living Communities, we believe home is where the heart is, but the quickest way to the heart is through the stomach. That’s why all of our communities place such a special emphasis on our dining program—off...

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    How to Stay Active Despite the Heat

    It’s safe to say summer has arrived in full force across the country. From Phoenix to Colorado Springs to St. Louis, residents in all of our Bethesda Senior Living Communities have broken out the sunscreen and cranked up the air conditioning to beat the heat.

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    Beat the Heat with These Hydrating Foods

    Water is an essential part of our daily diet, with the medical professionals recommending we drink eight glasses every day. Water is, after all, 60% of our body weight. It helps transport oxygen, fat and glucose to your working muscles, regulates your body temperature, keeps your kidneys functioning properly, and helps you to digest food and eliminate toxins.If you find getting through eight glasses of water to be a challenge, try eating your water with hydrating foods.

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    10 Reasons We Love the Outdoors

    Summer is on the horizon, which means it’s time to enjoy all the positive health perks that being outside can bring. From the health benefits of walking to the vitamin D boost, there are ample reasons to get outdoors and enjoy nature.At Bethesda, we know outdoor amenities are key to an active lifestyle, so we make sure each of our communities has plenty to offer—things like tranquil courtyards, community gardens and walking paths.While there are too many health benefits to count from...

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    Raising Your Mental Health Awareness IQ

    The month of May often brings warmer temperatures, blooming flowers, and new life as spring finally shines through. For many, the blue skies and sunny days carry a sense of euphoria after months of clouds and cold-weather. However, this is not the case for everyone.

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