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How to banish loneliness by helping elders remain part of the community.
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Emerging research is providing some surprising insights about how women age 50 and up feel about sex, dating, and long-term relationships.
If you’ve recently left the workplace or moved out of state, you may be feeling a little isolated. But don’t despair. New opportunities still can abound.
Dating websites are a popular way for people 50 and up to find romantic partners, but that doesn’t mean the old-fashioned ways of finding love no longer work.
Which activities might slow memory decline for people with mild cognitive impairment? A new study uncovers some answers.
People who scored higher on a test for financial literacy were less likely to report feeling anxious about what their retirement years had in store for them.
Much of the stigma regarding online dating has disappeared, and nearly 60 percent of adults in the U.S. now view it as a good way to meet people.
While there are various ways you might cross paths with a love from long ago, living in today’s digital world increases the likelihood of that happening.