Stay home from work if you get sick. See a doctor. Use a separate bathroom from the people you live with. Prepare for schools to close, and to work from home. These are measures the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended to slow a coronavirus outbreak in the …Read More »
By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Feb. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) — The skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs has many U.S. cancer survivors skipping needed medications or seeking cheaper alternatives, putting their health at risk, a new study finds. Younger, privately insured patients are particularly likely to cut corners when it …Read More »
If you’ve been eyeing the painfully expensive Samsung Galaxy Note family from afar, you don’t have to go without a stylus just because you want a more practically priced smartphone. The new LG Stylo 5x continues LG’s series of stylus-packed smartphones, and it does it at a price that’s nearly …Read More »
By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 7, 2020 (HealthDay News) — A large fraction of Americans nearing retirement age are worried they can’t afford health insurance now, much less when they quit working to enjoy the good life, a new survey shows. One in every four people between 50 and …Read More »
I’m 53, have $1.4 million in my 401(k), $150,000 in savings and my home is paid off. Can I afford to retire?
Hello Catey, I am a 53-year-old woman who is looking to retire within the next 18 months. I currently have a home that is paid for, which I plan to use as a home base. Outside of that home, my assets are $150,000 in cash savings and $1.4 million in …Read More »