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Seniors

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Live to Be 120: A Mixed Blessing?

In Genesis 6:3, after creating people and watching them multiply, God promptly put a limit on man’s lifespan, setting the maximum number of years...
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Model Behavior

  Companies are relying on the baby boomer generation to sell products to their peers through print ads and commercials. Seniors know they’re still going out...
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‘Hip’ Out of Place?

  Forget the nostalgic image you may have had of grandma: Today's baby boomers turning seniors  cover their gray with multicolored shades and flaunt it. They...
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The Optimist Oldster

In a recent poll, Americans age 60 and older said they were optimistic about the future and happy about their health, their homes and their...
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How Tastes Change as We Age

It can be hard to change our eating habits, and especially so as we age. Yet it can also mean increased health, energy and...
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Sunny Days Await Senior Workers at Sesame Place

Retirement, just like “the new 30, 40, 50, etc.,” has a whole different meaning for a generation of seniors who refuse to let their...
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There’s Gold in Them Thar ‘Ears’

If you’re of a certain generation, you might have caught Kal Rudman breaking hits on the radio or predicting the next big thing on...
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Text and the City

Relax, technophobes. That computer you’re shying away from doesn’t have a self-destruct button. So go ahead and start hitting keys. “That’s the initial huge hump...
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Marriage: The Second Time Around

First comes love. Then comes re-marriage. However, somewhere in between, the revitalized lovebirds have to figure out a delicate way to tell their respective...
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Senior Moments

Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes are two of the most familiar and feared diseases mainly affecting seniors — and justifiably so, as they are the...