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ABOUT HARLEENA SINGH

Harleena Singh is a professional freelance writer and blogger who has a keen interest in health and wellness. She can be approached through her blog (www.aha-now.com) and Web site, www.harleenasingh.com. Connect with her on Twitter, Facebook and Google+

THE IMPORTANCE OF GRANDPARENTS

Grandparents have always played an essential role in bringing up children, but nowadays, more people rely on their parents to help them with their kids. The unconditional love of grandparents benefits children in many ways.  A grandparent’s love and warmth creates a special bond between both generations.

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HOBBIES: CROQUET - MANY PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD ENJOY POPULAR GAME

In croquet, players use a mallet to hit wooden or plastic balls through hoops or wickets embedded in a grass playing court. People of both genders and all ages play croquet. Many Americans, adults and children alike, play nine-wicket croquet in public parks and back yards across the United States.

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THE BEST ANTI-AGING FOODS

With age, the body changes. Digestion isn’t as efficient. Your sense of taste may change due to medications or you may have problems chewing. A visit to the doctor will let you know you need to eat a balanced and healthy diet, combined with adequate exercise, and take other measures to age well.

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LIVING FRUGALLY

Many people in the United States with significant savings fear going broke in retirement, according to a recent survey. However, there are ways to live frugally to try to prevent that from happening.  1. Analyze your living situation. According to research, the cost of a home and home-related expenses accounts for nearly 43 percent of spending...

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LEGAL ISSUES FOR UNMARRIED SENIORS LIVING TOGETHER

The U.S. Census Bureau reports over the past decade the number of unmarried senior partners has increased by 70 percent. Seniors cohabit for many reasons. These include love and friendship, inheritance concerns and an anti-marriage attitude because of a previous unhappy marital experience.

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