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A Sunrise Recipe: Mr. Jacob’s Baba Ghanoush

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  March 26, 2015

Resident Mr. John Jacob of Sunrise at River Road, AZ, has served up delicious dishes in the Tuscan area since 1946, beginning with his restaurant, Club 21 on Miracle Mile, which he opened with his two brothers. He followed in his father’s footsteps who came to the United States through Veracruz in the early 1900s and opened up the Tuscan Public Market.

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Bridging The Gap Between Patient Wishes And Doctor Actions

By Julia Little  |  March 26, 2015

Doctors and health care providers play an important role in senior care. They can help individuals identify and treat emerging medical concerns, as well as offer knowledge and support for their families.

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A Sunrise Recipe: Sona’s Easy Baklava

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  March 25, 2015

Baklava is traditionally made in Middle Eastern countries and is a very popular dessert in countries such as Greece, Turkey and Iran. Activities and Volunteer Coordinator at Sunrise of Richmond Hill, OH, Sona shared her family’s special recipe for this sweet treat with residents part of the community baking club. While many baklava recipes may be overly complicated, Sona’s family has simplified it, which makes it the perfect recipe for even less experienced bakers!

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4 Heart-Healthy Green Smoothie Recipes

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  March 25, 2015

There are many ingredients that can benefit your heart, such as nuts, berries, dark green veggies and spices such as turmeric and cinnamon. However, you might not be sure how to incorporate these ingredients into your diet. One option to increase your consumption of these heart-healthy ingredients is to add daily green smoothies to your weekly menu. Here are four smoothie recipes that taste great and can help boost your overall health.

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National Quilting Day: Get Crafting

By Megan Ray  |  March 25, 2015

March, National Craft Month, provides an opportunity to get hands-on in many ways. On the 15th, however, it's time for residents of senior living to join Americans in getting out the needles, thread and fabric, and practicing the great tradition of quilting.

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Spruce Up Dinner With 3 Baked Pasta Variations

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  March 24, 2015

There's no denying that baked pasta is a delicious comfort food. If this dish is your go-to meal on weeknights, you might find yourself getting bored with the same old flavors. Here are three variations on classic baked pasta that will help you switch up your routine.

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Can A Test Help Predict How Well Seniors Will Recover From Operations?

By Megan Ray  |  March 24, 2015

When it comes to senior care, significant focus tends to be placed on prevention. Because so many chronic health conditions target seniors, and many of them are incurable, controlling risk factors is one of the most effective ways of keeping older adults healthy.

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Alzheimer's Disease Takes Best-Selling Fantasy Author

By Tim Watt  |  March 23, 2015

The literary world let out a collective sigh of despair on March 12, as Terry Pratchett, author of the beloved series of fantasy novels "Discworld," passed away. Pratchett was one of millions of seniors who battle with Alzheimer's disease and dementia every year. His passing at 66 highlights the prevalence with which the ailment affects the older demographic, and further cemented the importance of the myriad research being conducted regarding treatment and detection options.

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