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The Dangers of Toxic Positivity

Have you ever met someone that is irrepressibly positive? Perhaps you know someone who makes a point to always look on the bright side of life? They may simply seem permanently cheery. Many people may see this as a good thing, after all, happiness is often healthy and linked with a longer life. It may […]

Which is Better: Fresh or Frozen Meat?

Fresh vs frozen meat — it’s a debate that’s been used in advertising, and drives meat enthusiasts to tears. Fresh meat is often tied closely with being a better quality and having much better flavor than when it’s frozen. However, there are those that claim freezing your proteins has little effect on the quality. We’ve […]

COVID Tests to be Covered by Medicare

As part of the government’s efforts to prevent further spread of COVID-19, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced last week that Medicare will be covering COVID tests for beneficiaries. This is the first time that COVID tests will be covered in this manner, making it easier than ever to find out if […]

Why Do We Celebrate That? Classic Christmas Tree Decorations

Decorating is important to any holiday, but most of the iconic images connected with Christmas are filled with trees, wreaths, and strings of lights timed to music. Every year, millions of people around the world, both religious and secular, go all out to get their homes into the Christmas spirit. While many of the decorations […]

Cooking for Beginners: Frying Tips

Frying may not be the healthiest way to cook dinner, but it’s certainly one of the most popular, and for good reason. It’s one of the best ways to achieve crispy foods, while avoiding getting an overly dry center if you’re cooking a protein or thicker ingredient. Frying is also pretty easy for most people […]

The Value of Family Recipes

Editor’s Note: When my grandmother passed away, her children stumbled upon her assorted collection of recipes, which she had delighted friends and family with for years. I would go on to transcribe many of these family recipes, updating and adding a few of my own personal recipes (many of which you can now find on […]

What Does It Mean to be a Caregiver?

Caregivers play a monumental role in the lives of those they serve, but who is considered a caregiver, and the duties that entails — are often misunderstood. While there are obvious cases, like family members that care for a sick loved one fulltime, what about people that still give a significant amount of help to […]

Here’s What Medicare Costs in 2022

On Friday, November 12, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2022 costs of Original Medicare, which is made up of Parts A and B. With Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) already underway, this announcement allows Medicare beneficiaries or prospective enrollees to know their options and decide which Medicare solution fits their […]

Can I Prevent Aneurysms or Ruptures?

Aneurysms are an especially common condition with as many as one in fifty Americans living with an unruptured case. They occur when a blood vessel bulges, sometimes caused by a weakening of the vessel walls, by 50 percent or more. While many people have them, most don’t even know it because aneurysms often don’t present […]

How Can I Trust My Insurance Agent Has My Best Interests at Heart?

Whether it’s during the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) or one of the other windows of time where you can find Medicare plans, you’ll be on the hunt for Medicare coverage. It’s a good idea to at least review your plan each year to ensure it still meets your needs. If you’re looking for a new […]