Impulse Buying: Is There A Way To Stop?

11 July 2021

You have probably often said to yourself: “This time, I will only buy what I need!” But then you still ended up coming home with things that were not on your shopping list.

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Doctors Weigh Pros and Cons of Prescribing Aduhelm

10 July 2021

As physicians and health policy experts debate the merits of Aduhelm, the first new drug for Alzheimer’s disease approved in 18 years, patients want to know: “Will this medication help me and how much?”

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Asian Seasonings Simplify Weeknight Salmon

09 July 2021

Seafood starts out simple. It cooks fast and typically neither requires nor is improved by elaborate seasoning strategies.

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Older Adults

Vaccinated Older Adults: Get Out and Have Fun

08 July 2021

Before COVID-19 vaccines became widely available at the start of the year, limiting exposure to others was the best way to reduce the chance of contracting the illness.

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Medicare & Home Care Better Investment Than Controversial Alzheimer’s Drug

07 July 2021

If you could invest $56 billion each year in improving health care for older adults, how would you spend it? On a hugely expensive medication with questionable efficacy — or something else?

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More Vaccinated Travelers Mean Pricier Hotels, Flights

06 July 2021

The cost of travel will slowly rebound from historic lows as more people receive COVID-19 vaccinations and book long-deferred trips, according to industry experts.

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