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3 Ways Seniors Can Control Prescription Costs

3 Ways Seniors Can Control Prescription CostsFor 55 million Americans enrolled in Medicare, the New Year means any new Medicare Advantage or prescription drug plans, or any changes to your existing pl

Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is PowerUnderstanding the rights of nursing home residentsAn estimated 1.4 million older adults and people with disabilities live in nursing homes, according to the Centers for Disease Contr

3 Things to Know About Stroke: Learn how to act F.A.S.T.

3 Things to Know About Stroke: Learn how to act F.A.S.T.Strokes, the second-leading cause of death globally, affect millions of people each year. A stroke can cause lasting disability and unimaginable

5 Signs You Could Be an ‘Extreme Bathroom Planner’

5 Signs You Could Be an 'Extreme Bathroom Planner'If you have avoided events and activities you enjoy because of urgent and frequent trips to the bathroom, you may not be alone.Men over the age of 45,

Social isolation: The COVID-19 pandemic's hidden health risk for older adults, and how to manage it

As coronavirus cases rise again, it can be hard for older adults to see any end to the need for social isolation and the

The loneliness of social isolation can affect your brain and raise dementia risk in older adults

Physical pain is unpleasant, yet it’s vital for survival because it’s a warning that your body is in danger. It tells yo

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Be a Hero this Halloween

Be a Hero this HalloweenBeing a hero goes beyond dressing up in a costume this Halloween season. Children, families and schools across the country can channel their own superpowers to help deliver lif

Get Away Without Going Away

Get Away Without Going Away5 family staycation ideas that won’t break your budgetFamily vacations are a great way to bond and take a step back from the hectic schedules that accompany everyday life, b

5 Common Questions for Memorializing a Loved One

5 Common Questions for Memorializing a Loved OneOne of the most difficult conversations in a person’s life typically takes place near the end of that life. Planning for a funeral can put an emotional

Top Tips to Transition Back to Work After Baby

Top Tips to Transition Back to Work After BabyMany new parents spend hours preparing for the arrival of a new baby – reading books, seeking professional advice and consulting friends and family. Howev

Making the Back-to-School Transition Easy from Kindergarten to College

Making the Back-to-School Transition Easy from Kindergarten to CollegeIt’s time to get your household organized for another school year and all that comes with it. Whether your child is headed off to