11 Countries Where Life Expectancy Decreased in 2020
Chris Kissell on September 22, 2021
These developed nations have seen lifespans shrink, and COVID-19 is not the only factor behind the problem.
8 Things Unvaccinated People Can’t Do Anymore
Chris Kissell on September 21, 2021
From attending college to enjoying a Broadway play, if you haven’t been jabbed, you aren’t welcome.
13 Diseases That Are Common in Seniors Who Get COVID-19
Chris Kissell on September 7, 2021
Seniors with these conditions are more likely to be hospitalized due to the coronavirus, according to new Medicare data.
7 Unusual Tactics to Keep COVID-19 From Derailing Your Retirement
Donna Freedman on August 27, 2021
These atypical tips can help keep your golden years on track despite the pandemic.
7 Ways Your Life Should Change Before the Next Pandemic
Chris Kissell on August 18, 2021
The coronavirus has opened our eyes and taught us many lessons. A few need to stick if you plan to survive and thrive.
This Vaccine May Help Prevent ‘Breakthrough’ COVID-19 Better
Chris Kissell on August 12, 2021
One of the vaccines now in widespread use offers two-fold better protection as variants of the coronavirus disease spread, a new study finds.
5 Ways Refusing the COVID-19 Vaccine Could Cost You Money
Julia Glum on August 11, 2021
As the delta variant spreads, the unvaccinated may see more stick, less carrot.
Fired for This? You May Lose Unemployment Benefits
Chris Kissell on August 11, 2021
One act — or rather, a lack thereof — could result in you not receiving the government benefits.
5 Impacts the Pandemic Had on Baby Boomers’ Retirement Plans
Chris Kissell on August 2, 2021
COVID-19 has changed the post-work plans of many boomers.
9 Things the Coronavirus Is Making Obsolete
Gael F. Cooper on August 2, 2021
Even if everyone got vaccinated tomorrow, it’s unlikely we would return to these ways of life.
Residents in These 5 States May Have to Wear Masks Again
Chris Kissell on July 22, 2021
Yes, that means the vaccinated as well.
Can a Flu Shot Protect You From Severe COVID-19 Illness?
Chris Kissell on July 13, 2021
In some cases, the protective effect was large.
10 Cities With the Strongest Economic Recoveries From COVID-19
Sam Lipscomb on July 12, 2021
These cities seem to be bouncing back quickest from the pandemic.
15 States With the Highest Vaccination Rates Heading Into Summer
Jon Ward on July 9, 2021
More than half the residents in these states have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
These Are Now the Top 5 Symptoms of ‘Breakthrough’ COVID-19
Chris Kissell on July 8, 2021
Some people who are vaccinated still get COVID-19. These symptoms might indicate you are sick.
Experts Warn Flu Season Might Be Especially Bad
Chris Kissell on July 8, 2021
A potentially “catastrophic” flu season looms.
What COVID-19 Revealed About Emergency Funds
Chris Kissell on July 5, 2021
Almost 40% of people with emergency savings dug into it over the past year. Here’s how much of it they spent.
Sanitized Hotels to Get New ‘Inspected Clean’ Designation
Chris Kissell on June 11, 2021
Now, there is a way to know if your hotel rises to new post-pandemic standards.
Walmart Expands Store Hours, Announces Other Changes
Chris Kissell on June 3, 2021
The retailer is relaxing several pandemic-related policies, but some safeguards will remain.
Study Finds Dental Procedures Do Not Increase COVID-19 Risk
Chris Kissell on May 27, 2021
Here is why you should not worry the next time you get your choppers cleaned.
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