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The human population is endlessly growing in size with the projected number of senior citizens in 2035 being 78 million. To put this number into perspective, in the same year, there will be only 76 million humans who are under the age of 18. With the aging population growing at a rapid pace, the 2030s...
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Meena: At age 69, two things I find most challenging about aging are the issues of financial needs and socializing. Technology is good for cheap communication, yet I cannot catch up with it. I don’t use Facebook but I started using WhatsApp; I am forced to use it in order to call friends and family...
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PV Subarao: Before I came to Priya Living, I was a scientist working in the field of plant biochemistry. Then, one day, I suddenly came across a weed called parthenium. Parthenium had spread like wildfire in India because some of the food grains imported from the United States were used for experimental places in India....
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Sudhakar‘s Perspective: During my years as a young adult, I came from India by boat. The boat was from Mumbai, India to Australia to London. I was on the boat for 25 days. It was horrible because nobody talked to me and everyone was very mean. I ended up sleeping outside because the cabinet members...
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Jamnu’s Perspective on Senior Life: After 49 years in Memphis, Tennessee, designing buildings and structures as an engineer, I am still working. The reason is because technology is amazing! It is something I am taking advantage of since I am still a part time worker. My work comes to me through email and upon completion,...
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Hey everyone! Thanks for checking out the blog! Our organization, Students and Seniors United, is dedicated to solving issues in the senior community and learning from our fellow senior citizens with the help of our own collected research from senior citizens (with both statistical and non-statistical questions), as well as a professor and MD/PhD student...
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