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Old 11-23-2022, 04:23 PM is offline
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Depending on diagnosis, I would think the warmer climate in Florida would be better for the bones and joints. Plus the tendency toward an active lifestyle and the ability to remain active outdoors for 12 months instead of just a few months. One thing I can clearly testify to.... now that I have had the misfortune to have to relocate further north, NC, I now realize how the climate in Florida was so kind to the skin, hair and nails. I have never experienced the skin problems that I am now experiencing here. Never in my life would I dream that I would cry for the return to that humidity, lol...
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