On Life and Love after 50: Nonromantic Love Important for Seniors

Most single seniors who contact me would relish being in a romantic relationship. But many of them are realistic, realizing that finding romantic love becomes more difficult as they age, and consequently, may not happen.

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A Traditional Funeral or a Celebration of Life — What’s the Difference?

If you’re a regular reader of obituary notices, you’ve probably noticed more and more “celebrations of life” are taking place as opposed to standard funeral services. There are several differences between the two services, just as there are several similarities.

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Create Your Own Blue Zone

As we age, health becomes more significant. Because of improvements in medicine and health, we live longer lives now. Aging well in body and mind is essential for experiencing a rich quality of life.

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Left in a Right World

What do Tom Cruise, Julius Caesar, Barack Obama, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Jack the Ripper have in common? They are left-handers, or southpaws.

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On Life and Love after 50: Single Senior Women Need Preprinted Calling Cards

Margaret, a 65-year-old single woman, is puzzled about a man she spent time with who didn’t ask for her phone number.

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Pennsylvania’s Highways Rank near Bottom of U.S.

Pennsylvania’s highway system is among the worst in the nation, ranking 39th out of 50 states in the Reason Foundation’s Annual Highway Report.

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The Heimlich Maneuver Saves Lives

If you see someone clutching their throat, coughing, gagging, or wheezing, would you know what to do?

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Brain Freeze: The Ice Cream Headache

It’s summer. Have you had your brain freeze yet?

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Sixties Flashback: The Temporary Utopias

During the ’60s, thousands of young Americans opted for a life in one of about 3,000 “hippie” communes across the country. Who were those mavericks who made such an unorthodox choice?<

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