Medicare and Mental Health
Mental health is a component of your overall health that includes your mental, emotional and social wellbeing. To help answer your questions and make sure you get the care you need, we have compiled a guide to getting the mental health care you need within the Medicare system.Read more
The Iron Nun shares what keeps her training at 90 and beyond!
We had to run fast to catch up with Sister Madonna Buder—aka the Iron Nun—who is still training hard at 90 years young. Buder recently shared some of the secrets of her success and longevity with the Health IQ Team.Read more
How to create bulletproof New Year’s resolutions
Research and common sense show us that most New Year’s resolutions fail within the first few months of the New Year. Half of people admit to giving up on their New Year’s goals before January 31st and only 8% of people are truly successful at achieving their resolutions. How can you beat the odds and achieve your goals despite these grim statistics?Read more
Fun and Creative Ways You Can Keep Up With Your Loved Ones During Quarantine
To help you and your loved ones stay healthy and connected we have compiled a list of creative ways to engage with your friends, family and community no matter what challenges are thrown your way.Read more
Brain Boosting Benefits of Crossword Puzzles
Do crossword puzzles train your brain the way dumbbells train your muscles? There is some research that says struggling to put the right letters in those little boxes can help protect against dementia and Alzheimer’s, improve your overall quality of thinking and memory, improve your…Read more
Do super healthy older adults need Medicare Supplemental Insurance?
If you take excellent care of yourself and rarely visit the doctor—except for routine, preventative care—you may be wondering if Medicare supplement insurance is a wise investment for you or a waste of money. Medicare supplement insurance helps pay the healthcare costs that original Medicare…Read more
8 tips to lower your car insurance for ages 60+ drivers
Even if you don’t have any accidents or moving violations your auto insurance rates will likely begin to creep up after your 60th birthday. This is because older adults are more likely than middle-aged ones to be involved in traffic accidents. The good news is that there are lots of steps you can take to make sure you are getting the best possible rates on your car insurance.Read more
Auto Insurance Vocabulary
Getting the best deal on the car insurance you need starts with getting familiar with the many terms used to describe available policies. Understanding the lingo can also help you better compare policies to make sure you are getting the coverage you need.Read more
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