Having a conversation with your parents about long-term care is difficult but necessary. Here are suggestions to make having that talk a bit easier.
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When we calculated how much we'll need to save for retirement, we came away with a number above $1 million. But seriously, why so much?
Food companies and restaurants could soon face government pressure to make foods less salty, in an effort to reduce the number of health-related deaths.
The U.S. health care system has finished dead last in a comparison of first-world countries, despite vastly outspending those nations on health services.
Protecting your knees is part of protecting your overall health, and protecting your health helps ensure your financial security.
Seniors are reluctant to put in the effort to select a new Medicare Part D plan each year, even to save money on their prescription drugs. Here's why.
Eating plenty of vegetables can save you money over a diet packed with junk by reducing your health care costs.
The percentage of adults in the United States who lack health insurance has fallen to its lowest rate since 2008, down to about 13 percent in April.
Declining admissions, greater transparency to patients (thanks to reference pricing) and lower payment rates add up to less money for hospitals.
Eight million people have signed up for health care through new insurance exchanges, President Barack Obama says, besting expectations.
Americans used more health services and spent more on prescription drugs last year, though greater use of cheaper generic drugs helped control spending, a report says.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning after overseeing the botched rollout of President Obama's signature health care law, an official says.
Analysis shows that a tiny group of doctors received $3 million or more apiece in Medicare payments -- a threshold that raises federal regulators' eyebrows.
President Obama's health care program signed up more than 7 million people by month's end, he said Tuesday, notching a rare victory after a glitch-filled rollout of the law.
Interest in getting health insurance and avoiding a federal tax penalty drove many Americans to sign up for mandated health coverage by Monday's midnight deadline.