Being ‘Socially Frail’ Comes With Health Risks For Older Adults

28 March 2023

Consider three hypothetical women in their mid-70s, all living alone in identical economic circumstances with the same array of ailments: diabetes, arthritis, and high blood pressure.

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Families With History Of Macular Degeneration Should Have Members Screened By 55

27 March 2023

When patients first develop the condition, it is classified as dry age related macular degeneration, which accounts for 90 percent of cases.

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Quick Chinese-Style ‘Omelets’ Come Packed With Veggies

24 March 2023

The omelet as most Americans know it is a French import. But cooks the world over have combined whipped eggs with cooked ingredients since at least the ancient Persians.

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End Of Covid Emergency Will Usher In Changes Across Health System

23 March 2023

The Biden administration’s decision to end the covid-19 public health emergency in May will institute sweeping changes across the health care system that go far beyond many people having to pay more for covid tests.

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Taxes: Important Dates You Need to Know

22 March 2023

You might be nervous about paying your taxes, but it’s a straightforward process if you keep specific dates in mind. Let’s run through some of the key dates regarding tax filing in 2023.  

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Most Adults Never Went On Vacation as Kids

21 March 2023

Baby boomers were the most likely to experience vacationing for the first time as young kids (43 percent) while millennials (46 percent) and Gen Z (45 percent) took their first trip as adolescents.

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