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Also, updated iterations of the assisted living community are emerging that focus much more on a healthy social life.

The Baby Boomer generation, born between 19, is the largest generation ever to enter retirement in the United States.

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Here’s a common online dating scenario: I’ll see a blurry group photo of the back of a bunch of rock climbers’ heads or a playa-party pic showing mask-clad Burners and think, “Which one is he? In a recent scientific paper made available last month, , researchers at the University of Cambridge’s Psychometrics Centre concluded that “intelligent people have fewer faces in their images.” If you’re really an ass hat, you’ll post a photo with your sisters who look like you but are hotter.

I understand that people who post these pics think that group photos and activity shots show that they have interests and friends. But I like to see a clear shot of a guy’s face — his clothed body — and not much else.

Because of this, the mismatch of men to women grows as time goes on, leading to around seven women for every man in assisted living.

Of these, 55 percent of women and 28 percent of men are unmarried.

"They have an optimism toward the coming decades, and how best to enjoy them, which includes being hopeful about continuing to pursue romantic relationships," she said.

Even though both sexes are living longer, women still live eight years longer than their male counterparts.The Cambridge study used the profile images of 1,120 Facebook users.Users were given an IQ test to measure intelligence scores, and their profile photos were shown to other humans in order to estimate their perceived intelligence.(Disclaimer: the researchers understand that IQ tests are subjective and often involve a socioeconomic, even racist bias."Many people have lost their loved ones and move here because they are lonely and isolated," Sosa said."It is exciting to see when residents find companionship and even love.It's true that love never ends." To combat this age-old problem, new technologies are beginning to attract single seniors.