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Articles on wealth and health choices for your future.

As retirement is becoming more than a distant speck on the horizon, Jonah and Liz are occasionally able to get their heads above water enough to dream about what they’d like to do in retirement. As part of the sandwich generation, Jonah and Liz are at the height of their careers while also taking care of their kids and caring for their aging parents. They’re trying to put away money for retirement, save for their kids’ college fund, and still find time to work out. Take a peek into their Wealth + Health Diary to see how they’re doing.

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How do Mitch and Kaley save for retirement while paying off student debt, teaching in the public school system, and raising two little girls? Take a peek into their Wealth + Health Diary to find out.

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Even if you’re physically active, long stretches of sitting may be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and other chronic illnesses. Simple strategies, like finding ways to move a little every hour or two at work, can help those with a desk job keep moving.

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Next up in Food Science with Foley: An Apple A Day. Elizabeth shares insights on our favorite tree fruit from a recent lab study completed at FSU. 

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Transamerica Chief Marketing Officer, Frank Sottosanti, finds Wealth + Health inspiration in a surprising spot. 

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Finding your path to retirement can be complicated. Navigating Medicare shouldn’t be. That’s why we’ve compiled the top changes for 2019 you should be aware of. After all, planning to fund your future health care costs shouldn’t be a guessing game.

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Keep hunger at bay during the workday while maintaining nutritional goals and your bank account.

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Ever broken down the ingredients of your pumpkin spice latte? What about a real pumpkin, what's the food content? Food scientist Elizabeth Foley analyzes fall's most popular fruit. 

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College is where many get to experience financial freedom for the first time. It’s also the perfect opportunity to establish smart budgeting habits for a lifetime. Here’s how to help your children get off on the right foot before the first semester.

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September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. Be aware of what it takes to be properly protected.

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Is it possible to be a single mom with three kids and still save for retirement? Take a peek into her Wealth + Health Diary to find out!

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Is it possible for a couple — who thought they’d never be able to retire — to fill their passports completely? Take a peek into their Wealth + Health Diary to find out!

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How does Emily save for retirement while enjoying her Chicago lifestyle? Take a peek into this Wealth + Health Diary to find out.

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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.

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Protecting your health (and wealth) isn't always just about making the right financial and physical decisions. LaShonda Johnson, a certified financial educator, shares tips on how you can reduce stress to be your best.

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