By Anne Palumbo The problem with sweet potatoes is this: Many people think of sweet potatoes only when Thanksgiving rolls around. That’s a problem
By George W. Chapman Undoubtedly, the pandemic fostered a surge in virtual care or telehealth. In 2019, 7% of patients reported using it. In 2020,
Practical tips, advice and hope for those who live alone By Gwenn Voelckers My self-esteem took a real nose dive after my divorce. It
By Barbara Pierce The story of Gabby Petito has blown up in the media: the attractive 22-year-old who went on a cross-country road trip
By Gwenn Voelckers I was inspired to write this column on courage after receiving this email below from a reader: Dear Gwenn, You would
By Barbara Pierce It’s just too easy. Running late to meet my friend MaryLou, I text “Sorry, running late, be there soon.” After an
By Anne Palumbo I always love a good nutritional surprise; and cabbage doesn’t disappoint. Although many varieties abound, today’s column focuses on the most
What you can do to get a restful night’s sleep By Deb Dittner Sleep is so very important and needs to be taken seriously
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, My husband and I are moving to a different area of the country to be near our daughter.
By Gwenn Voelckers ‘Just as we were getting a taste of normalcy, a fourth wave of coronavirus infections began to sweep across the U.S.