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What should I do if my prescription medications are too expensive?

Prescription drugs can cost a lot of money, especially if you need several different medications. Or, you might have a health condition that requires expensive prescription drugs to manage or treat the illness. Read some tips about getting affordable... Read more

How Can I Deal With the Rising Costs of Health Care?

It seems like it's in the news almost every day – health-care costs are soaring. Are you safe if you're on Medicare? It's a complex situation, and no one can know what's in the future, but we'll take a look at how you might keep your Medicare health-care... Read more

Safe Driving for Seniors

Does your family talk with you about safe driving for seniors? If you're an older adult, driving may feel like an important part of retaining your independence. However, if you're proactive about continually improving your driving skills and mindful of things... Read more

Can a Senior be an Organ Donor?

According to the Mayo Clinic, there is no defined cutoff age for organ donors. The Mayo Clinic also advises to not “prematurely disqualify yourself” as an organ donor based on your age. In a story told on organdonor.gov, a 92-year old man named Carlton... Read more

Medicare tips: 6 Medicare Mistakes to Avoid

You were probably very particular about your kids' well-being, right? You didn't want them to go to just any doctor or have just any teacher at school. Don't you deserve the same kind of thoughtfulness about your own health? Don't fall prey to common... Read more

Volunteer Opportunities for Seniors

Volunteer opportunities for seniors may be plentiful in your community. According to the National Institutes of Health, volunteering can Keep you active and engaged Help you make new friends Make you feel good to be helping out How can volunteer... Read more

Alzheimer’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Care Facilities

If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it is important to start planning early for suitable housing to meet care needs as the disease and its symptoms progress. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, everyone... Read more

How Can I Get My Loved One to Wear a Hearing Aid?

More than 35 million Americans, adults and children, have hearing loss and might need hearing aids. That's what the Food & Drug Administration reported in 2018. It's a common scenario: your husband (or other loved one) can't hear you unless you stand... Read more

What Is Zostavax?

Zostavax is the brand name of a vaccine used to prevent herpes zoster, also called shingles, in adults ages 50 and older, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The National Institutes of Health (NIH) states that this single-dose Zostavax... Read more

Estate Planning: Finding an Attorney

Families often don't consider the implications of important tasks like estate planning until a family member is facing cognitive decline, a debilitating illness, or the prospect of long-term care, according to the National Institute on Aging (part of the... Read more




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