By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Retirement is time to sit back, put up your feet and relax. Or is it? Watching TV all day or
It’s not always just because of age By Jana Eisenberg While December’s “Older Driver Awareness Week” has passed, it’s never too late (or too
Audiologists weigh in on the new hearing aid devices By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Availability of over-the-counter hearing aids may become reality sometime this year.
The clearer you can be, the better By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant As part of end-of-life planning, it is important to complete a healthcare proxy.
Start planning now for your later care By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Some people assume that Medicare or their health insurance will entirely cover their
Here’s what you should consider when picking a plan By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant The various “parts” of Medicare may seem confusing. Learning a few
Each facility can be very different, which is a big factor By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant About half of people will need long-term care eventually.
Nearly 200,000 people in a 10-county Western New York area can experience food insecurity. Seniors are particularly affected By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant While many
Expert says some people with hearing loss won’t admit the problem and wait years to look for treatment By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant Specialists in
More accidents and injuries happen in the bathroom than any other room in the house. How to make bathrooms safer and easier to use