Health & Wellness
- Written by Patti and Milledge Hart Patti and Milledge Hart
Many people planning for retirement anticipate those post-working years eagerly, ready to veg out after a life of toil. Others plan with greater anxiety, unsure whether they even have an identity without their jobs.
- Written by Dr. Ken Druck Dr. Ken Druck
Who can forget what it was like to give our kids the keys and watch them pull out of the driveway on their first solo ride?
- Written by Jim Miller Jim Miller
Dear Savvy Senior,
Can you tell me about stomach aneurysms? My father died from one about 10 years ago, and I’m wondering if that can increase my risk of developing one myself.
– Almost 60
Recently retired individuals and those approaching retirement can learn to better navigate the Medicare system with two free preretirement seminars to be held Thursdays, April 28 and May 26, from 6-8:30 p.m. via Zoom.
- Written by Victor M. Parachin Victor M. Parachin
It is estimated that more than 160,000 American grandparents lose a grandchild to death every year.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health and Penn State Extension will be providing free water testing for a limited number of private wells, springs, and cisterns in Lebanon County.
- Written by 50plus LIFE 50plus LIFE
Overweight and obese people who lose weight may reduce their chances of later developing colorectal adenoma — a type of benign growth or polyp in the colon or rectum that could lead to colorectal cancer.