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The Sound of Smartphones

By: Stephanie Aviles
As we age, we slowly start to notice the differences in ourselves that, until this point, we may have overlooked. One of those main differences involves our hearing, specifically when we lose it or it is hindered by endless ringing….

Playing Outdoors Isn’t Just for the Kids

Playing outside is not something exclusive to your grandchildren. Being active and using your muscles becomes more important as you mature, and lack of Vitamin D can be detrimental to your health. With all the amazing outdoor activities El Paso has to...

The Gift

By: Marie Moore
Photos By: David Parish
Everybody has a birthday. Many of us get to celebrate a wedding anniversary for a considerable part of our lives too. But it’s pretty rare to find someone who’s celebrated the 25th anniversary of their kidney…

Re-Working Your Retirement Plan

By: Marie Moore
Annual retirement expectations surveys have shown that 74 percent of workers plan to get a new job after they retire.
You may think this is just about insufficient retirement income, but for many it’s the philosophy that keeping those neurons firing and bodies moving will improve mental and…

SENIOR SWING

By: Marie Moore
Some of the perks associated with reaching a certain age can be better paychecks, a little extra time on the weekend and a greater appreciation for fresh air and good fun. Right? So, why is it that just as many of us are finding our golf ‘legs’, Mother…

Losing a Pet

By: Marie Moore
Losing a pet is always traumatic, no matter what age we are. Personally though, I believe it’s harder for those of us over 50. For starters, a lot of us are empty nesters. As much as I loved our wonderful dog, I remember how busy I was with my daughter…