health insurance, health care debt, Covid-19

COVID-19 Linked To Financial Toll On Patients

02 May 2023

The lingering effects of COVID-19 on some patients’ health has gotten a lot of attention. But a new study suggests many face long-term major financial impacts after their illness.

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How To Grow Your Social Network As You Age

01 May 2023

Friends sitting around a table, talking and laughing. A touch on the arm, as one of them leans over to make a confiding comment. A round of hugs before walking out the door.

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Tuscan Spring Soup Satisfies Without Being Heavy

28 April 2023

Soup season in Tuscany doesn’t end once spring begins, but it does mean the soups start to take a different tone.

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Money, financial, savings

Retirement Savings: The Average American Is Coming Up Short

27 April 2023

Americans are coming up way short when it comes to building a sufficient nest egg for their golden years. According to Fidelity’s recently released 2023 Retirement Savings Assessment, Americans are saving about 78 percent of what they’ll need in retirement.

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Wild Blueberries Help Burn Fat, Study Reveals

26 April 2023

A cup of wild blueberries a day may keep low energy at bay. The berries have long been hailed as a super food. While they’re known for a plethora of health benefits, new research proves this super fruit could help burn fat during exercise.

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memorial, parents, Multigenerational

Multigenerational Travel All The Rage

25 April 2023

Baby Boomers have been retiring in droves in the last decade, and multigenerational family travel has experienced an unprecedented surge.

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