It’s pretty remarkable, when you think about it, that so many of us baby boomers have made it this far. Especially when you consider those extremely unsafe practices that our parents subjected us to that would be frowned upon today. 1. No car seats Mondadori/Getty Images Most of us went home from the hospital lovingly cradled in Mom’s arms as she sat in the passenger seat of the family car. Granted, Dad probably drove more cautious
It’s pretty remarkable that so many of us baby boomers have made it this far.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released the 2020 premiums and deductibles for Medicare Part A and Part B plans. Part B monthly premiums will rise about 7% for 2020. This news comes after we learned that the Social Security cost-of-living increase for next year will only raise benefits by 1.6%. 2020 Medicare Part B costs Medicare Part B is the medical insurance piece of Original Medicare. Part B covers
Part B premiums are on the rise.
Taking a daily shower is as common as drinking a cup of morning coffee and brushing your teeth, but it’s a habit that could be worth breaking, experts say. Some two-thirds of Americans shower every day. People say their daily showers help them wake up and keep them clean, especially following exercise or exertion or in hot and humid weather. Two-thirds of Americans shower every day. “When it comes to concerns about health, however,
How often should you bathe? The experts weigh in.
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