The 2018 flu season is shaping up to be bad—potentially the worst one since 2014-2015, which was “the most severe season in recent years. “
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This year’s flu season is off to a fast start and early indications suggest that it may be more severe than the previous season.
It’s inevitable. We’ll wake up this winter with a sore throat, knowing we’ll soon be going through a box of tissues an hour and unable to taste that comforting dark chocolate mousse or the ill-advised ghost pepper enchiladas we ordered in vain, hoping to ignite a single taste bud.
‘Tis the season for savory meals and endless leftovers! During the holidays, food plays a major role during parties, family feasts, and gatherings. Although it’s important to take a mindful approach when indulging in holiday treats, don’t be afraid to eat what you enjoy.
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Keep gratitude in your heart and say a thank you for your life, your friends, your family and your blessings.
Getting older is unavoidable but the choices you make along the way are not. From the foods you eat and the ways you stay active to the relationships you form along the way, it all impacts the speed that you age.
With cooler weather comes flu season. And, like every year, there are things you can do to avoid this unpleasant “bug.”
Each year, Medicare health and drug plans can vary due to changes in legislature and overall healthcare guidelines. The variables that may differ are things like cost, coverage, and what providers and pharmacies are in your networks.