A well-balanced diet promotes healthy aging. Good nutrition can give you more energy and improve heart health. Eating a balanced diet can also reduce your risk of health concerns like diabetes, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis.
How many hours do you sleep each night? According to the National Institute on Aging, adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night. Here are some helpful tips so you can get the sleep that helps you function well.
Developing a new allergy as an adult can be surprising, and frustrating. However, this phenomenon is becoming increasingly common for adults in every age group—even seniors—whether the allergy is to certain foods, pet dander, or a seasonal trigger like pollen.
If you’re motivated to exercise and move your body, that’s half the battle. Throughout our lives, fitness can sometimes take a backseat to our overall health, but staying active is so important for maintaining a healthy quality of life and independence.
Medicare 101: A Guide of Everything You Need to Know About Medicare
Let’s face it, Medicare can be pretty confusing—and Clover Health wants to help you make sense of it. So we created a booklet, Understanding Medicare, where you can find all the information you need in one handy place.
Medicare Advantage contracts with private companies to help you meet your healthcare needs. These plans work with your doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies to oversee your care. Learn the ins and outs here.
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Traditional Medicare covers hospitals (Part A) and doctors (Part B), and you pay standard rates for services. You can go to any doctor, hospital or other provider that accepts Medicare patients anywhere in the country.
You can add drug coverage (Part D) by enrolling in a private "stand-alone" drug plan for an additional premium. You can buy separate Medigap insurance to cover some or most of the out-of-pocket costs of hospitals (Part A) and doctors (Part B).