Medicare covers the majority of older Americans’ health care needs, from hospital care and doctor visits to lab tests and prescription drugs. Here are some needs that aren’t part of the program — and how you might pay for them.
Dependent care flexible spending accounts, which help defray the cost of child care by providing tax savings, are coming for active duty service members.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has agreed to cover a new biologic treatment for some veteran patients with Alzheimer’s disease, according to an announcement Monday from the manufacturer.
The Department of Veterans Affairs would see its lowest increase in program spending in nine years under the federal budget plan outlined by the White House on Thursday. However, mandatory benefits spending would jump by more than 12% to cover the costs of new toxic exposure care approved by Congress last year.
Millions of Americans use both traditional and Roth IRAs to save for retirement. However, that doesn’t mean they all have a full understanding of how IRAs work.
The Biden administration is proposing to increase Medicare Advantage (MA) and Part D plan payments by 1.03% for 2024 amid other changes to the programs’ risk adjustment model.
Restful sleep is important to every human. If you’ve ever tended to a newborn or gotten up repeatedly in the night with caregiving duties, you know what a luxury a good night’s sleep is—and how tough it can be to achieve.
Dementia risk was higher in people who had signs of psychological distress earlier in life, a cohort study in Finland found.
All living World War II veterans would be eligible for Veterans Affairs medical services and nursing home care under language included in the federal budget bill expected to be approved by lawmakers this week.
If you live in an apartment building or a multi-story house, you may dread taking the stairs each day. And, if you’re older, you might think that dodging the stairs means you’re less likely to stumble and trip. However, in reality, walking up a couple of flights of steps actually does plenty to preserve your balance as you age.
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