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305 West End Assisted Living Blog

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The Healing Power of Music: How it Can Benefit You

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Mar 16, 2020 5:49:00 PM

A simple tune, a jazzy melody, or a magnificent concerto - music has a profound effect on its listeners, no matter which genre you prefer. 

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Categories: Health & Nutrition

For the Sophisticated Palate: Dining on the Upper West Side

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Feb 29, 2020 10:19:00 AM

From global cuisine experiences to hearty American classics (and everything in between, including tantalizing desserts!), there’s no better place to eat than New York City. Open Table estimates that you could eat at a different restaurant every day for more than 22 years.

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Categories: City Living

10 Stunning Recipes Full of Winter Fruits and Vegetables

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Feb 11, 2020 9:09:00 AM

Summer gets all the attention when it comes to food - fire-engine-red tomatoes bursting with juice; ripe strawberries and raspberries; and more squash than you know what to do with.

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Categories: Health & Nutrition

Plan a Winter Mountain Getaway: Catskills and Adirondacks

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Jan 14, 2020 10:58:00 AM

Winter in New York State offers breathtaking views: Snow-capped peaks, frozen waterfalls, and ice-covered trails -- just to name a few. Whether you’d rather stay closer to the city or don’t mind traveling a bit further, we’ve selected two destinations you’ll love to experience this season: The Catskills and the Adirondacks. 

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Categories: City Living

Your Ultimate Guide to Strength Training as a Senior

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Dec 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM

There’s a medical reason many older adults begin to lose muscle mass as they age. It’s called sarcopenia, and it’s a condition that causes a reduction in both skeletal muscle mass and strength. More common among older adults, sarcopenia can negatively impact your quality of life by keeping you from the activities you enjoy most. Research studies suggest that you can prevent or even reverse sarcopenia through improved nutrition and frequent physical activity – specifically strength training.  

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Categories: Health & Nutrition

How to Help Your Loved One Stay Socially Active

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Dec 12, 2019 10:00:00 AM

No one likes to feel lonely. And research has shown that having a healthy social life is critical to both physical and mental health - even slowing the rate of cognitive and physical decline in seniors.

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Categories: Caregiver Corner