Senior Lifestyles – Dec. 2011

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Download Senior Lifestyles - Dec. 2011 (pdf)Eat, drink, be merry: Top holiday getaways for a foodie

Whether traveling far or near, here is a list of the top towns to get your eat on over the holidays: Northeast Bar Harbor, Maine: Peek out of the window of the bed and breakfast to watch snowflakes fall through the twinkling glow of a lighthouse. That’s the kind of enchanting holiday experience visitors will find in Maine. Festivals, sleigh rides and shopping can easily fill a day, but to fill that grumbling belly, Maine lobster is a must…

Recipe for a holiday delight:

• 234 pounds of homemade gingerbread

• 8.5 gallons of icing

• 37 pounds of candy

• 111 hours of planning, baking and constructing

• Lots of love and merriment

That’s what it takes to make the giant Gingerbread House that now occupies the lobby of Indian Head Resort. For the third year, Executive Chef Adam Parker and Pastry Chef Mike Ransom have combined their talents to create this festive holiday shanty…

Plan for home improvement throughout the year

If you’ve finished making your holiday gift list, don’t put the pen and paper away just yet. While the holidays take up a lot of attention right now, it’s also a great time to look a bit further into the future. With the new year just around the corner, planning for home improvement projects now can help you prioritize and budget…

Great tips for healthy skin, hair and nails

Here are tips to keep you healthy looking from head to toe. Protect your skin from the sun. Limit your risk of developing skin cancer by using sunscreen, wearing protective clothing and seeking shade when appropriate. Perform a skin self-exam. Examining your skin for suspicious moles and other lesions could save your life…

The Courville at Manchester receives deficiency-free survey

(Manchester, N.H.) The Courville at Manchester, one of four Courville Communities in southern New Hampshire, is proud to announce they have received a deficiency-free survey from the State of New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services for a third consecutive year. The 82-bed facility is home to long-term care residents, assisted living residents, and many short-term stay residents who utilize the skilled rehabilitation services provided in-house…


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