An estimated 2.4 million people in the United States are living with hepatitis C, a virus more likely to affect the Baby Boomer generation than any other age group, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Read Article
Retirement is a terrific time to travel, whether you’re exploring new parts of your home state or hopping on the highway to cross the country. And with a little preparation ahead of time, you can plan for a safe and healthy trip.Read Article
Winter in the Midwest can be a challenge for anyone. But for older folks, cold temperatures and blustery weather can pose an even higher risk of injury. Check out these winter safety tips so you can stay safe and enjoy the season.Read Article
Certain circumstances make it possible for you to enroll in health coverage outside of the annual open enrollment period, which is the time of year many people can apply for new coverage, change their coverage, or drop coverage.
While some people use the new year as a fresh start for fitness, winter can be a major roadblock for others. If you’ve put exercise on hold in exchange for some major couch time, you’re not alone.
Children and parents expecting a regular visit to the doctor were surprised to see members of the Green Bay Gamblers hockey team handing out teddy bears of all shapes and sizes Monday morning.