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Your Brain on Chocolate

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Bayview would like to thank Roger Anunsen and his colleague Michael Patterson for presenting “This is Your Brain on Chocolate” here on July 17th.  It was a full house, with a good mix of residents and our Queen Anne neighbors.  We all got to enjoy some delicious chocolate, and appreciate the mindfulness of the simple… Read More

Seven years of Caring Support through Knitting

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For the past seven years, knitters from Bayview have been sharing their talents with gifts of beautiful baby items to the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program at Swedish Medical Center in Ballard as part of “Stitches from the Heart” organization.  So far, families have received: 131 blankets, 112 sweaters, 160 sweater sets, 835 hats,… Read More

Exercise… Is it Work or Play?

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by Anne Wilson, Bayview Wellness Director Playful exercise is healthy. Being playful doesn’t mean we forget about the basics of strength, flexibility, endurance and balance. It means finding creative ways to maintain fitness and live a healthy lifestyle. Play describes a range of activities generally associated with recreational pleasure and enjoyment; it’s fun! Play is… Read More

Support Bayview by shopping at AmazonSmile

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When you shop at Amazon Smile, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Bayview whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know.  Same products, same prices, same service.  Support Bayview by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com. Questions?  Please contact Jennifer Ahrens at 206-281-5761 or jahrens@bayviewmanor.org…. Read More

Cooking with Quinoa

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by Justin Rutledge, Bayview Executive Chef As more and more people are diagnosed with Celiac disease and other gluten deficiencies, it becomes important to explore the delicious, nutritious world of alternative grains and seeds. Quinoa is a protein that contains essential amino acids. What’s more, it offers twice the protein of most cereal grains, along… Read More