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Experts indicate we are experiencing a second wave of COVID-19, and it could lead to a new wave of mental health issues.
Many people have been feeling less productive than usual during the pandemic. We're here to discuss ways to decrease stress and increase productivity.
2020 marks the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in the United States. Since then, women have made great strides in educational achievement and career opportunities. Despite this progress, they continue to be at greater risk than men o
2020 marks the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in the United States. Since then, women have made great strides in educational achievement and career opportunities. Despite this progress, they continue to be at greater risk than men o
. In the first half of 2020, 43.4 percent of U.S. adults ages 19 to 64 were inadequately insured, according to the Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey. Joining me is Mihaela Vincze, the Program Specialist for nonprofit Transameri
Roughly 20 percent of the American population was enrolled in Medicare in 2020, according to AARP. Mihaela Vincze, from nonprofit Transamerica Center for Health Studies, is joining me to discuss the open enrollment period for Medicare, the fede
With the current pandemic that has upended many of our lives, it is imperative that we care for the most vulnerable people around us. For many of us, that may be our older parents. Catherine Collinson, president of nonprofit Transamerica Center
Now its been a few week since we’ve been able to connect due to the impact of Covid-19. And there have been quite a few challenges and disruptions to our lives especially when it comes to shopping and eating habits.
According to research from the Health Care Institute… Mammograms are down nearly 80 percent in April 2020 compared to 2019, which raises the importance of preventive health services.
It’s the time of year when most companies have benefits enrollment, when you can sign up for or make changes to things such as your health insurance. Amid the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to know about your options and choose wisely.
Now, dating back every week since late April of this year, roughly a third of Americans have shown symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorders according to the National Center for Health Statistics which on the face of it sounds pretty disturbi
A recent survey has found that almost 6 in 10 workers say that they have experienced impacts to their employment by the pandemic such as a reduction in work hours, furloughs, and layoffs.
A recent survey found that only one in five people indicate they practice mindfulness and meditation on a consistent basis.
Social interaction can provide a sense of connectivity and community, which can often combat feelings of isolation. However, amid the coronavirus pandemic it’s nearly impossible for many people, especially older adults and retirees, to have a
The pandemic and recession has upended almost every aspect of our everyday lives from layoffs & furloughs……to home schooling children. However….one group that we don’t talk enough about are the older adults who are in retirement.
Data released by Mental Health America revealed that since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, mental health conditions are increasing in prevalence and severity. Mihaela Vincze, the program specialist for nonprofit Transamerica Center for H
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to threaten the lives and livelihoods of people across the country, we are learning many Americans are avoiding routine medical care for fear of the virus.
One of the greatest threats to an individual’s financial security these days is getting scammed. During pandemic where so many people are struggling, it’s especially disheartening that there are so many scammers out there trying to steal people
COVID-19 has complicated workers’ financial and retirement security across generations and the pandemic’s full impact is far from becoming clear. Although Millennials are a long way away from retiring, Catherine Collinson, president of Transam
A recent survey found that fewer than six in 10, U.S. workers reported they are eating healthy on a consistent basis amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Christopher Wells from nonprofit Transamerica Center for Health Studies discusses how Covid-19 and the ensuing recession has been devastating for families across the country, as millions of Americans have lost their jobs—their health insurance—
Christopher Wells, National Program Manager of nonprofit Transamerica Center for Health Studies, discusses the health care-related vulnerabilities of rural residents.
Catherine Collinson, president of nonprofit Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, is here to discuss findings from their recent survey as it relates to retirement security amid COVID-19.
Last August, more than 3,700 U.S. residents were surveyed and found that rural residents were facing greater health and health care-related vulnerabilities than their urban and suburban counterparts. These issues have been exacerbated by COVID-
How the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act…..(otherwise known as the CARES Act) impacts loans and early withdrawals from 401(k) retirement accounts.
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