Preventive Health Care: New AgingOptions Partnership with InsideTracker Offers Innovative Approach, Reduced Costs

If you’ve listened to Rajiv Nagaich for any length of time, you’ve heard him talk about the need for preventive health care. “Most insurance plants do a pretty good job of caring for you once you’re sick,” he often states, “but most of them do a terrible job of keeping you from getting sick in…

Kiplinger: There Are At Least Nine Types of Retirees – Which Description Best Fits You?

As you look ahead to your retirement, you’ve probably thought about important factors like how much income you’ll have, how long your savings will last, and whether you’ll be able to stay in your home. But have you ever stopped to think about what type of retiree you’ll be? It may seem like an odd…

Is it time to fire your doctor?

Half of All Adults Have Postponed Medical Care or Elective Procedures During the Pandemic – Is Now a Safe Time to Reschedule?

Along with everything else disrupted by the pandemic, regular medical care has taken a hit, as doctor’s offices closed temporarily, telemedicine became the new normal, and elective procedures were cancelled indefinitely.  Last week we discovered this Kaiser Health News article written by Judith Graham suggesting that it’s unwise, even dangerous, to keep putting off necessary…

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Compassion Fatigue is Real, Especially in the Age of COVID-19. Here Are Some Ways You Can Deal with It.

If you’re a caregiver, actively caring for a loved one with serious health issues, the warning signs may sound all too familiar. You find yourself feeling exhausted all the time. Sometimes you feel irritable, even losing your sense of sympathy for the person you’re helping. You may have experienced physical symptoms such as headaches or…