It's never the wrong time to be grateful.
If you are or were married for at least 10 years, you face a complicated decision about when and how to start drawing Social Security retirement benefits. Here are three rules to understand as you begin to make your plan.
Long covid seems primed to join chronic fatigue syndrome as a somatization disorder. What does that mean for those persons seeking Social Security disability?
You can go on Medicare at 65 with a disability claim pending. Don't let anyone tell you differently.
If you lost your disability benefits because you returned to work, Social Security has a program to reinstate those benefits if you have to stop working again. Learn the details here.
A new report says that Social Security is not following its own rules when it comes to examining disability applications. How does this affect you?
As a surprise, more recent retirees are opting to delay collecting Social Security retirement benefits. What's behind this trend and how could it affect your retirement?
The retail giant Walmart is trying to help those Americans dependent on insulin afford it. Is it enough? And why does a drug that should have gone off patent generations ago cost so much anyway?
Everyone wants the latest and greatest medical treatment. But, is newer always better? Can robots do better than human surgeons?
A bill in Congress would make SSI fairer and lift recipients out of poverty. But, can it become law?
For migraine suffers, new medical research may lead to effective new treatments. Learn the details here.
Happy New Year!
May this holiday season be as bright and merry as possible for one and all.
You now have the ability to monitor your heart in real-time 24 hours a day. Is that a good thing?
Even in dark times like these, there are many things to be grateful for. During this holiday, take time to give thanks for what you've got.
A new center for the homeless in Tucson will provide greater access to a variety of assistance, including dental and healthcare.
A new drug that allegedly helps slow the progression of Alzheimer's Disease is on the market. That seems like good new, but the fiery debate about this medication suggests otherwise.
Social Security closed their offices to the public. They are in no rush to reopen them. What does that mean for the hundreds of millions of Americans who interact with Social Security? What does the future hold? Find out.
Very likely your doctor has calculated your body mass index to determine if your overweight. But, are these determinations really accurate?
Social Security can pay benefits to those left behind when a loved one dies. Find out what those benefits are and how you might be eligible should the unthinkable occur.
Can a sugar pill work even when you know it is a sugar pill? Fascinating new research hints that it can.
You can now read your medical records. Think that is a good idea? Think again.
Meditation teaches us that we are not our thoughts. So what are we? Fascinating research into devices implanted into brains might contain a clue.
The debilitating disorder of the bowels known as Crohn's disease is increasing. Why is this and what can you do?
The numbers a nurse gives you during your annual physical may not be your actual blood pressure. It might be a lot lower than that.