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Women are happier being single than men because relationships are hard work | Independent


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Women are happier being single than men are, because being in a relationship is harder work for women, new research suggests. According to a study by data analysts Mintel, 61 per cent of single women are happy being single, versus 49 per cent of single men. The survey also found that 75 per cent of single women have not actively looked for a relationship in the last year, compared to 65 per cent of single men.

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‘Grandmas Enjoy Having Sex’: The Truth About Sex As You Age


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What happens to your sex life when you get to sixty? With very little representation of senior sex on our screens big and small, it seems no-one wants to talk about it.

Yet one 71-year-old begs to differ.

‘Grandmas enjoy having sex,’ laughs Jackie Anderson, ‘but – and I say this with humour – absolutely no one wants to visualise that.’

Sex certainly doesn’t stop when you hit your sixties, and while it might change as things like menopause enter the picture, it doesn’t have to get less adventurous.

Read the full story here: ‘Grandmas Enjoy Having Sex’: The Truth About Sex As You Age

Gray or Nay | Dimples On My What


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I’m having a love affair with gray hair right now. I think of little else. Except of course, for a million other anxiety inducing thoughts. 😉 Based on recent searches, my Pinterest feed is fully loaded with every shade and style of gray hair – Transitioning to Gray Hair. How to Go Gray Gracefully. Transition to Gray Hair. Growing Out Gray Hair. Best Hair Styles for Gray Hair.

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Dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain | Medical Xpress


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As we grow older we suffer a decline in mental and physical fitness, which can be made worse by conditions like Alzheimer’s disease. A new study, published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, shows that older people who routinely partake in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain, and dancing has the most profound effect.

Read the full story here: Dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain | Medical Xpress

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