It's already a bad flu season for those age 65-plus and now there's more bad news: This season's flu shot will only cut your chances of getting sick by 23 percent, compared to the more typical 60 percent in previous years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Today, Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services, joins us to talk about fighting the flu! (Would you believe it's STILL not too late to get a shot!?!)
Yep, folks. That's me...getting my flu shot. I just got it,too. About a week ago. After missing my vaccination clinic at work...then being too busy (okay, maybe too lazy and scared) to head down to a drugstore or to call my doctor to get one...my father took me over to our neighborhood CVS for my flu shot. Right after I got off the plane!!
This headline from the Wall Street Journal caught my eye this morning: " What Should You Do With Your Money in 2010?" Wouldn't it be nice if you could have a heart to heart with six different financial advisors and see what they had to say about investing next year? Since that is probably not feasible for most of us, a Dow Jones reporter did the hard work for us! Check out the article for answers from six different advisors on what to expect next year in the financial world - including advice traditional and Roth IRAs, insurance and tax changes.
AARP's Spanish language radio show premiered on Sunday, October 4th! The show is an extension of AARP's bi-monthly bilingual magazine Segunda Juventud and hosted by the magazine's editor, Gabriela Zabalúa-Goddard. Both the magazine and radio show target the senior Hispanic population. The 30-minute show will focus on health, finance, and lifestyle topics, featuring tips and advice from experts in various fields.
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