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The internet usage among the senior citizens is on a steady rise. A study by AARP revealed that they are regular visitors of social networking websites such as Twitter and Facebook. Out of 1,360 seniors surveyed, 27% use those websites. Of these, 31% use Facebook most often.

However, it would be wrong to say that seniors only use social networks. Nielsen Report found that sending emails is the most popular online activity among people who are 65 or older. As shown in the infographic below by MedAlertHelp, 

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You might have heard the term “There’s an app for that” in the past decade. That’s because there is an app for everything—that is, an application on your mobile device. And guess what? There are apps that can help with becoming  healthy, too. Who knew that the key to health would be the technology that you carry around with you every day?

Being healthy is now possible through the push of a button on your phone. Some 

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There are a lot of reasons addicts struggle in early recovery. If you have been using drugs or alcohol for the majority of a lifetime, it’s an ingrained habit you have to break. You also have to give up certain relationships, namely those that are still using.

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Being unpredictable adds excitement. I like to occasionally step out of my comfort zone – in what I say, what I do, and even what I wear – because it triggers different reactions from family, co-workers, and friends, and opens a world of new social interactions and opportunity.  As we know, our comfort zone is that familiar, comfortable place where we feel safe and secure, where others see us act and speak in a consistent and predictable way.  Stepping out of that comfort zone ...

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The famous Renaissance architect, painter, and sculptor, Michelangelo Buonarroti, was highly esteemed for his statues, created from blocks of marble and granite.  He has been described as one of the greatest artists of all time.  In fact, he sculpted two of his best-known works, the Pieta and the statue David, before the age of 30.  Born in 1475 and died in 1564 at the age of 88, he was admired for his terribilita, what his contemporaries referred to as his ability to instill a sense of awe in his works.

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