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Prepare for the Future, Protect Your Spouse.

Leave Your Partner Financially Stable For many older couples, Social Security makes up a big part of their monthly income. But, when one partner dies, the survivor only receives the larger of the two checks that were coming in; the smaller check vanishes. That can be...

Good Taste, Good Health: Vegetable Stew

It's all vegetables and completely delicious. Enjoy this fresh springtime treat. Vegetable Stew Ingredients: 1/2 oz dried morels 1 cup warm water 1 lemon 6 large artichokes 1 tbsp x-virgin olive oil 4 medium leeks (white part) cleaned/cut into 1/2 inch dice 1 cup baby...

Choosing a Primary Doctor

How to Choose a Primary Doctor Original Medicare does not require you to select a primary care doctor. However, it still makes sense to select a primary doctor to see on a regular basis. This way, you will have someone who will really get to know your health needs and...

Do I Qualify for Low-Cost or No-Cost Services?

Discounted--Even Free--Services for Seniors You can qualify for low-cost or no-cost services ranging from prescriptions to internet. You might even find some reported by Aging Care to be surprising. Even with Medicare Part D, prescription drugs can still be costly....

Good Taste, Good Health: Chicken Stir-Fry over Angel Hair Pasta

Enjoy chicken, vegetables, and pasta for a tasty springtime treat. Chicken and Snap Pea Stir-Fry Over Angel Hair Pasta Ingredients: 8 oz. whole-wheat angel hair pasta 1 lb boneless, skinless, trimmed, chicken breasts 3/4 tsp salt (divided) 1/2 tsp freshly ground...

What You Should Know About Kidney Disease

According to 1-800-HOMECARE, kidney failure claims the lives of nearly 80,000 Americans each year. Those most at risk? Seniors. Here are some things you should know about Kidney Disease: Risk factors for kidney disease include family history and obesity....

Important Reminder: New Medicare Cards

Medicare Cards to be Replaced by April 2019 We wish to stress the importance of the ongoing program to replace all Medicare cards and numbers. Remember: Between now and April 2019, beneficiaries will get new Medicare ID cards with a new Medicare number replacing your...