With increasing lifespans, more people than ever are becoming caregivers for aging loved ones. It’s not always an easy journey, but it can be a rewarding one, and there are ways to make it more manageable.
As we move into the new year, it’s a good time to resolve to maintain a healthy lifestyle through a nutritious diet and regular physical activity. Check out the video on Life’s Simple 7 steps to stay healthy and read about how to establish sustainable healthy habits.
Enjoy food, family, and friends during the holiday season, but try not to overindulge. Using some simple tricks for healthier eating and lowering stress can help you keep the holiday season in check, and stay on track for the new year.
One reason people don’t like to talk about life insurance is that it involves thinking about death. The other reason is that they don’t know how much they need or what type to buy. So here’s a primer on the two main types of life insurance for those who are hesitant to ask or don’t like to talk about it.
It is no secret that choosing healthier foods can help you feel better, lose weight and improve your chances in the fight against heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, but what about your brain? Many of us wonder if there are powerhouse foods that protect us against memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s.
If you want to maintain good wealth + health, it’s important to think long term. Each year, you’ll probably need to focus on something entirely different. To help guide you, we’ve gathered wealth + health tips for every decade of life — from your 30s to your 60s.
Get motivated to stick with your goals this year by putting research and strategy to work for you. Learn more about gathering the right questions and information to meet with your financial professional and physician. By collaborating with them, your resolutions can be more meaningful, measurable, and realistic. This year you can keep those resolutions.
$322,000: The average lifetime cost of care for dementia. Far from a financial setback, the disease takes a devastating toll on caregivers – more than 15 million Americans who provide unpaid care for their loved ones. Is there anything we can do to better prepare for the unexpected?
When your doctor asks if you have any questions, does your mind go completely blank? When it comes to preventing the No. 1 killer in the U.S., these seven topics are great starting points for beginning this important conversation.