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Hey Taylor - I recently read about apps that can help fix your credit score. I’m wondering if this is another scam or if it’s worth looking into. Hey Meredith - I was just … more
Dear Toni, I am a confused Baby Boomer who needs to make my Medicare decision in November when I turn 65. I do not know where to start or what to do. Can you please help simplify this … more
When I began writing weekly more than two decades ago, I informed readers that they could expect occasional recipes worthy of clipping, putting under magnets on refrigerator doors or placing toward … more
The Silent Majority. You hear about them, but do you know anything about them? This special group was born between 1930 & 1946 = 16 years. In 2022, the age range is between 76 & 92. Are you, … more
He had been waiting for over a year and had traveled for two days to be able to play a simple round of golf on the legendary elite golf course.   It was the first hole and he was given the honor … more
University admission standards have been a bone of contention in higher education for nearly two centuries. Before the progressive movement in the United States, admission to public and private … more
Regarding Wanda Mitchell There’s only so much an obituary can say. Wanda Mitchell was a hug waiting to happen. If you crossed her path (assuming you were behaving) you left it with a smile … more
Dear Readers, When it comes to weight loss, we’d all like an instant solution. Many of us have tried a fad diet, myself included. Many years ago, I was on a diet that required a strict … more
Hello Toni, I have been laid-off. My husband, Art, who is 70, has been covered under my company’s insurance for the past 10 years. I have opted not to take my company’s COBRA offer, … more
Hi Taylor - I’m moving out on my own for the first time since graduating college, and I wondered if you had any tips for finding an affordable apartment? It all seems so overwhelming, and … more
My aged Uncle Mort sometimes stumbles across what he calls “business opportunities,” not unlike hogs stumbling over acorns every now and again. He claims that an epiphany experienced … more
**This piece is by Michael Gartner, editor of newspapers and past president of NBC News. In 1997, he won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing. It is well worth reading, and a few good chuckles … more
Do you live life in the bleachers or in the arena? Living life right should be living life in the arena. Each of us has been equipped to do great things, but to do so we need to have the courage and … more
Hello Toni, I have a $2,000 doctor bill with a new cardiologist and Medicare says they will not pay. I recently retired and enrolled in Medicare and a Medicare supplement for the freedom to pick … more
Dear Dietitian, My teenage daughter was recently diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia. She follows a vegan diet and has been taking a vegan supplement. Are these as good as regular iron pills? … more
Hey Taylor: My spouse and I have been diligently reviewing our financial situation and contemplating retirement, but we’ve encountered a stumbling block: we’re unsure of the total sum we … more
Far-out occurrences often are illuminated through the miracle of the Internet, sometimes resulting in findings that may, uh, need additional study. Such occurred recently in Dallas, where a … more
One of the most emotional and beloved hymns ever written is “Amazing Grace.” It is regularly played at funerals, church services, and other events. My family was on vacation in … more
Dear Toni, In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey absolutely devastated my wife. Now, her 88-year-old mother is living in an assisted living facility, and we live over 10 miles away from her. … more
Dear Readers, You’ve probably heard that the United States has one of the highest obesity rates in the world. Estimates put 42% of Americans in the obese category. The World Health … more
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