Many people think that when they turn 65, a magical switch is turned on and — poof! — they are on Medicare. Here’s what you need to know.
Most of us lack a good understanding of what happens to our bodies later in life, so Dr. Rosanne Leipzig wrote “Honest Aging” to let people know what to expect.
Tragedy struck the family of Solomon Thomas in January 2018, when his sister Ella died by suicide. She was 24 and had battled anxiety and depression.
Nevada State University is accepting applications for a new graduate program designed to help address the need for school psychologists.
A stress management expert explains the difference between good and bad stress and how to tell when you are in danger of overload.
“Life constantly gives you punches,” the 77-year-old Hollywood icon says. “You keep getting up. You have no choice. There are so many fights in life.”
For 2024, the new “Medicare You” handbook explains a major change to Part D catastrophic coverage.
The barrage of Advantage plan ads during Medicare’s open enrollment period aren’t always what they claim.
The first case of mpox, formerly known as monkeypox, was reported in Clark County in June 2022.
Over the course of a new study, researchers tracked blood sugar, blood pressure and weight and saw significant improvements in A1C levels and diastolic blood pressure.
Ana Castillo now has a particularly powerful reason to encourage all women — and especially Hispanic women — to receive timely breast cancer screenings.
Here are nine lessons learned from the so-called Blue Zones, home to some of the highest concentrations of 100-year-olds in the world.
The 2024 Medicare premiums and costs were released Oct. 12, with an increase for Parts A and B.
Most modern TV remotes, which feature dozens of unnecessary buttons, can be especially challenging for seniors.
The co-anchor of “CBS Mornings” recognizes that “the world can be harsh,” but he reaches for positivity and recharges by surrounding himself with family.
In Nevada, over 477,000 adults have been diagnosed with arthritis and struggle with the pain it causes daily. Osteoarthritis (OA), the most common form of arthritis, impacts more than 32.5 million adults in the United States. OA is the gradual wear and tear of the protective cartilage, leading to pain, stiffness and limited mobility in […]