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    4 Ways to Organize Your Digital Photos

    If you own a smartphone, chances are you have a lot of photographs you need to back up and save to free up space on your device. This is also true if you have a digital camera with a memory card and you like to snap pictures of family, friends and events. Regardless of the reason, if you have a library of images and videos to organize and save, there are a few excellent ways to do this.Uploading Your PhotosStart by uploading the images to your computer.

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    Three Tips to Live a Simple Life

    Living life in a simple manner can help reduce stress and increase free time and overall happiness. By focusing on the things that matter most to them and eliminating the rest, seniors can prioritize their relationships and favorite activities and spend their days in fulfilling ways.Here is a list of three tips that seniors may want to try in their own lives to experience these benefits.1. Organize Items Used Every DayBeing able to quickly find and access items frees up time and reduces frustrat...

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    7 Scientific Facts Seniors Should Know About

    Thanks to breakthroughs in modern medicine, people are living longer than ever on average. In fact, the United States ranks number one in the world for seniors between the ages of 95 and 99. While more studies are completed every day, here are a few things we've learned from recent research about aging.Reverse Aging in Human CellsResearchers from the University of Exeter have found that resveralogues make older cells appear new and made them start dividing again as young cells do.

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    8 Gardening Tips for this Summer

    Gardening is an excellent way to get outside and enjoy nature regardless of your age. For seniors, lack of mobility, arthritis and other physical challenges don’t have to be the reason they give up digging in the dirt.In fact, a study by the University of Arkansas found that women aged 50 and older who gardened at least once a week showed higher bone density readings than those who did other types of exercise, including swimming, jogging and walking.Aside from the physical benefits, garden...

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    Coming "Full Circle" With Parenting

    From the time an individual is born, most parents are there to provide love and care, assist with problem solving and provide assistance. As we age and are faced with health issues and limited mobility, it’s natural for senior parents to turn to their children for care. This is when parenting comes full circle.Sometimes, the transition is easy; other times, it can be difficult for senior parents to have conversations with their children about downsizing or moving into an assisted living co...

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