By Eva Briggs Like many people, I look forward to a vaccine for COVID-19. Until then, I am glad that scientists are working on
Although is sounds like a new job, contact tracing has always been part of the role of public health workers, says expert By Deborah
By Anne Palumbo From nutritionists to cheese connoisseurs to sports trainers, parmesan cheese is favored by many and here’s why: It promotes bone health;
By Melissa Stefanec MelissaStefanec@yahoo.com In these uncertain times, it’s easy to rely on an old-time parenting hack. It’s the one that allows us to
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, Can you write a column on RV travel for novices? My husband and I have been cooped up
By Deborah Banikowski District Manager, Syracuse We take pride in having provided vital benefits and services to this great nation for 85 years. America
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