Category: Health

Shortages Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein

By Dan Curtin, President, Greenleaf Foods (NewsUSA) – In periods of change, we often find comfort in simple pleasures. A great burger is one of them. Yet, some of those simple pleasures have been compromised by the dramatic changes caused by COVID-19, including the… Continue Reading “Shortages Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein”

Mr. C Returns

Mr. C is back and has taken up residence in my bladder. I know, TMI, but I’m sharing this information because bladder cancer is one of the most common cancers in the U.S., affecting about 68,000 adults each year.

THINK POSITIVE – BE POSITIVE

January 1, guilts many of us into making resolutions. I’m not much into assigning myself tasks I’m unlikely to fulfill, but it’s become part of our national tradition to think about all the things that are wrong with us and then figure out ways… Continue Reading “THINK POSITIVE – BE POSITIVE”

I have shingles. Ugh!

 What I have learned: Since I found out two days ago, nearly every third person I’ve mentioned it to has had shingles, hence the staggering national average that says 40 percent of Americans will experience the itchy painful illness at some point in their… Continue Reading “I have shingles. Ugh!”

Key Questions to Help You Choose a Medicare Plan

If you’re one of 56 million Americans eligible for Medicare, it’s important to understand coverage options when selecting your health plan for 2020.

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