Jenny McCann


How Covid-19 Attacks the Lungs
How Covid-19 Attacks the Lungs In a recent New York Times video a detailed animation shows how coronavirus attacks the lungs. In the video, chest scans from a generally healthy 59-year-old man with coronavirus are analyzed. Just days before the scans were taken this patient was asymptomatic. The scans show […]

How Covid-19 Attacks the Lungs


benefits of walking
Need a Brain Boost? Take a walk. After gyms closed during COVID-19, neighborhoods came alive with people getting reacquainted with the benefits of walking – a form of exercise that requires no membership, no special gear, and no athletic ability. Research indicates the benefits of walking go far beyond burning […]

Need a Brain Boost? Take a walk.


eight-hour sleep myth
The eight-hour sleep myth According to a study by the CDC, one-third of American adults do not get enough sleep on a regular basis. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research officially recommends that “adults aged 18-60 years old sleep at least seven hours each night to […]

The eight-hour sleep myth



Coronavirus Outbreak Spikes In Texas
Coronavirus Outbreak Spikes In Texas Texas has a “massive outbreak” of coronavirus cases across the state after reopening, Governor Abbott acknowledged. On Wednesday, June 24, the state reported a record-breaking 5,551 new cases of Covid-19 in one day. This follows 13 consecutive days of record-high hospitalizations. These figures represent an […]

Coronavirus Outbreak Spikes In Texas


Elder financial abuse
The Dark Side Of Aging And Finances With a growing population of aging Americans, financial exploitation against seniors is becoming a widespread and pervasive problem. The National Council on Aging estimates costs of elder financial abuse and fraud range from $2.9 billion to $36.5 billion annually. The rate of financial exploitation is […]

The Dark Side Of Aging And Finances


Top 10 Medicare Mistakes
Top 10 Medicare Mistakes Medicare is uncharted territory for most of the 10,000 seniors who come into the program each day. Lurking inside the program are pitfalls and traps, which can be costly unless steps are taken to avoid them. Knowledge and guidance are essential to having good financial and […]

Top 10 Medicare Mistakes



The self-care solution
How Free Radicals Play a Role in Health and Disease Free Radicals are associated with human diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and many others. They also may have a link to aging, which is believed to be a gradual accumulation of free-radical damage. Substances that […]

How Free Radicals Play a Role in Health and Disease


Medigap Household Discount
If you are approaching 65 years old, this is the perfect time to start familiarizing yourself with Medicare lingo and Medicare’s many (ever-changing) features. As most are aware, Original Medicare is a federal health insurance program available to anyone turning 65 and consists of two parts: Part A (hospital insurance) […]

What Is a Medigap Household Discount?


Medicare Advantage vs Medigap
What You Need To Know About Medicare Advantage Original Medicare is a federal health insurance program that we are all familiar with. It is available to anyone turning 65 and consists of two parts: Part A (hospital insurance) covers inpatient hospital care, skilled nursing facility, hospice, lab tests, surgery, and […]

What You Need To Know About Medicare Advantage



vitamin deficiency
Women Of All Ages Lack These Vitamins Women tend to lack specific, yet extremely common minerals and vitamins, such as Vitamin D from inadequate sunlight exposure or Calcium loss during the natural aging process. Vitamin deficiency is especially true for women during pregnancy, or if they have dietary restrictions or […]

Women Of All Ages Lack These Vitamins