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5 simple tips to protect your eyesight as you age

You'll still need reading glasses, but these measures can help ward off major problems.

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10 ways to cope with sibling estrangement

There's a difference between a sibling rivalry and a truly toxic situation.

see more in Family

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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Life

Death is forever. Cemeteries, as they currently exist, might not be

What happens when we run out of burial space? Cities around the world are starting to get creative.

Health

These 10 surgeries are considered “uniquely high risk” for older adults

A study named 227 risky surgeries for older adults. But these 10 procedures can be especially problematic.

Health

5 simple tips to protect your eyesight as you age

You'll still need reading glasses, but these measures can help ward off major problems.

Health

Most people can’t name the second-highest risk factor for cancer

Less than half of people asked were aware it was linked to cancer at all.

see more in Cancer

The neurological disorder linked to COVID-19

Neurologists are studying complications from COVID-19.

see more in Coronavirus

12 diabetes warning signs other than high blood sugar

There are other ways to tell if you're in danger of becoming diabetic.

Home

7 beloved old chain restaurants you can’t find today

The memory of these chains will linger on our taste buds forever.

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9 expensive mistakes to avoid when you downsize

The motivation to downsize is often saving money. But these hidden costs can crop up.

Life

The generation everyone stopped complaining about

And no, it’s not the Gen Xers.

see more in People

11 grammar rules that changed since you were in school

"Errors" you made in the '60s, and '70s are no longer considered mistakes at all.

Entertainment

The reason most hotels have ice machines

Ever wonder why hotels offer such ready access to ice? Here's the cold truth.

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The man who beat ‘The Price Is Right’

What happens if your Showcase Showdown bid is exactly right? Everything comes to a screeching halt.

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Money

Why some taxpayers face a desperate wait for IRS refunds this year

Millions are waiting as the IRS slowly resumes operations.

see more in Taxes

The surprising problem with open layout homes

Almost every show on HGTV seems to encourage knocking out a wall and creating one large oasis of entertaining.

see more in Real Estate

The man who beat the scratch-off lottery

He had a system, and the system worked.

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