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The most helpful thing you can do for your loved ones

“It’s a gift you give to your friends and family.”

How to choose the right Medicare Supplement plan for you

There are so many letters and different companies. How do you know you’re getting a plan that works for your situation?

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13 grammar rules that changed since you were in school

Mistakes you may have been marked down for in the '60s, and '70s may no longer be considered mistakes at all.

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How to navigate the transition from Affordable Care Act plans to Medicare

When people turn 65, the eligibility rules for ACA plans change. Here's what you need to know.

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How Olympic legend Mark Spitz keeps his AFib in check

Aging puts us at risk for AFib, but former athletes like Spitz are at higher risk.

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How late in life can you start learning a language and still become fluent?

Want to learn a new language? The results of a recent study are encouraging.

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These 12 old-school skills are becoming obsolete. Does it matter?

You can do most of these things. What about your kids or grandkids?

The most helpful thing you can do for your loved ones

“It’s a gift you give to your friends and family.”

Health

8 ways to improve your odds of surviving a heart attack

Heart attacks kill 6 times as many women as breast cancer. Here's how to survive one.

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5 important health benefits of spicy foods

Just a little bit of heat in your diet can make a big difference.

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Can’t handle alcohol like you used to? It’s not in your head

The real reason you can’t handle alcohol like you used to.

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How late in life can you start learning a language and still become fluent?

Want to learn a new language? The results of a recent study are encouraging.

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The most helpful thing you can do for your loved ones

“It’s a gift you give to your friends and family.”

Entertainment

Why Jeopardy’s Alex Trebek proudly displays a $49,000 bounced check

The legendary Jeopardy! host has long been known for his sense of humor.

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Science fiction builds mental resiliency in young readers

Why reading science fiction may be the ideal genre during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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There’s a controversial new version of the alphabet song

Some things never change. I thought the alphabet song was one of those things.

Money

Should you consider a reverse mortgage now?

A reverse mortgage could be exactly the right tool at the right time. Or it could be an expensive mistake.

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How to work around delays in major IRS functions

The IRS has dialed back a number of taxpayer services amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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