By George W. Chapman The collective term “advanced practitioner” refers to nurse practitioners and physician assistants. They are assuming an increasing role in the
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Some foods serve up a little amount of a lot. While no superstar in any one nutrient, these foods boast decent amounts of many.
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, I’ve been reading that there are a bunch of different flu vaccines for seniors this flu season. Which
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, How well does Medicare cover diabetes? I’m 66 years old and was recently told by my doctor that
Why reach for a pear? Besides how refreshing and delicious a crisp pear can be, pears are a super source of fiber and a
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By George W. Chapman If insurance companies are investing in or partnering with telehealth companies, then you know telehealth or virtual medicine has arrived.
By Gwenn Voelckers It’s that time of year — the travel season — and I’m already contemplating an August adventure with just “me, myself
By George W. Chapman There are the bills you receive unexpectedly from “out-of-network” providers. The best example is when you go to your participating “in-network” hospital