About one in every 20 children has a food allergy By Eva Briggs Kids aren’t born with the allergies. Not even if a parent
By Anne Palumbo When it comes to a food’s nutritive profile, unexpected discoveries (good or bad) intrigue me. Pale cauliflower high in vitamin C?
By Melissa Stefanec MelissaStefanec@yahoo.com We are facing unprecedented crises. Between a global pandemic and global protests, 2020 is changing life as we know it.
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, I manage a large doctor’s clinic that treats hundreds of seniors each month. We are moving to more
By Deborah Banikowski District Manager, Syracuse We pay monthly Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to people with disabilities who have low income and few resources,
Finding your ‘happily ever after’ on your own By Gwenn Voelckers I met Susan several years ago, when she attended one of my Alone
By George W. Chapman No one could have predicted that a pandemic would be the catalyst or “black swan” event for telehealth. Up until
By Gwenn Voelckers Have you been to a gardening center or nursery lately? Vegetable seeds are in short supply, if not sold out altogether.
By George W. Chapman In late April, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued radical changes to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The
By Eva Briggs All manner of microorganisms inhabit our bodies in complex communities called microbiomes. It’s akin to having a microscopic forest — composed