Exercise, Alzheimer and more…

Exercise, Alzheimer and more...

"Exercise may stave off Alzheimer’s by regulating iron levels in the brain."Lack of physical activity is known to increase a person’s risk

Hospitals Often Charge Uninsured People the Highest Prices

"Hospitals Often Charge Uninsured People the Highest Prices, New Data Show."Raul Macias was rushed to an emergency room last November, with pa

Resilience

" Resilience in the age of global crises: How can we cultivate it? "It is time we talked about the R-word: resilience. So many articles, memes,

Collectibles soaring in value online.

"9 collectibles soaring in value during the pandemic."Have Barbies? G.I. Joes? Pokemon cards? You may be sitting on treasure.Do you have any

"A radical change is coming to the way major credit cards work."

The credit cards that dominate the spending habits of so many consumers, from companies that range from Mastercard to Visa and even Apple with its Apple Card, are slowly changing the look and feel tha

"The Hidden Risks of Buy-Now, Pay-Later Plans."

Spreading out payments is convenient, but you don't get the same protections as credit cards.More online shoppers are encountering a new payment method at the checkout page: put down 25 percent of

"Financial Toolkit: How to Survive the COVID-19 Recession."

COVID-19 has decimated many sectors of the U.S. economy, and while we all hope for a speedy recovery, the unfortunate reality is millions of Americans will struggle financially for the foreseeable fut

"The coin shortage is so bad, banks will now pay you extra for change."

As if we needed any more challenges in 2020, earlier this month a national coin shortage hit America. That right, America doesn’t have enough physical change to go around. And yep, you can blame tha

Grocery Stores Are the Coronavirus Tipping Point.

Even one of the last bastions of normal American life could not escape the outbreak.For a couple of weeks now, grocery stores have been one of the only respites from cabin fever. Despite all the loc

Wine in a Can? Yes You Can! The Best Wines Now Come in the Most Convenient Packages

The lowly aluminum can is getting an upgrade as great winemakers are filling them with delicious wines.I recently had a w

"Free Wi-Fi Doesn’t Mean Safe Wi-Fi, And Neither Does Having the Password."

Most people who rely on public Wi-Fi to get online are willing to sacrifice security for access — ignoring or unaware of the risk from hackers, according to a new survey by the digital security comp

"3 Ways Your Brain Tricks You Into Using the Wrong Credit Cards "

3 Ways Your Brain Tricks You Into Using the Wrong Credit Cards (And What You Can Do About It).You can trust that we maintain strict editorial integrity in our writing and assessments; however, we rec