Dr. Sue Varma, psychiatrist and author of “Practical Optimism,” explains her four-part strategy for keeping negative thinking at bay.
With all the buzz surrounding fermented foods recently, most people probably know that there are “good” bacteria that can benefit your health.
Although first responders have been trained to engage in extreme situations, typically such trainings do not fully address their mental health.
The FDA recently approved a medication to help people with food allergies avoid severe reactions.
What do tobacco, alcohol and obesity have in common? They can all increase your risk of developing cancer.
“It has taken me about 30 years to do this one,” the actor says of his latest project, a planned four-part Western epic called “Horizon: An American Saga.”
Enrolling in Medicare can be very confusing. Most people think that when they turn 65, a magical switch flips on and — poof! — they are on Medicare.
Divvying up one’s belongings among adult children or other loved ones can often be a tricky task. Here are a few tips to consider.
You can enjoy and benefit from exercise at any age — it just requires choosing the right workouts for your body and physical fitness level.
Marla Letizia asks those 50 and older to foster a mindset to live to 100 and beyond and to view their later year as time for creating new opportunities.
Heart Month is a great time to remind yourself why a healthy diet is important for more than just your waistline.
Organized sports can be great for kids. But studies show that nearly 70 percent of kids across the U.S. drop their favorite sport before age 13.
The 2024 “Medicare You” handbook spells out what’s not covered by Parts A and B.
From electric toothbrushes to flossing tools, here are some options for senior who suffer from arthritis or other hand weaknesses.
“You need that kick-in-the-can moment to get out of your comfort zone,” says the 77-year-old star of “Schitt’s Creek” and “The Reluctant Traveler.”