It's difficult thinking about death and dying and about wills and estate planning, when you're young and starting a family or when you feel in perfectly good health. Here are some tips on how to write a will and create an estate plan.

Think you have a crowded house? Maybe you’re not alone. Surprising new data from the U. S. Census Bureau finds that many Americans are making room in their home for parents, followed by siblings and other relatives.

The classic American road trip is no longer just for cashless college kids; men of all ages are taking to the road for a unique vacation where driving is just as much a part of the trip as the destination itself. If you work hard every day, maybe it’s time to exchange that button-up for a casual T-shirt and gather your crew to experience the freedom and adventure of the open road. If you’re wondering if a road trip is right for you and your more mature friends, a few practical measures can help ensure it is fun for everyone.

If you're tired of waiting in long lines at the pharmacy to drop off or pick up your prescriptions, find yourself forgetting to refill your meds, or worry about your conversations with the pharmacist being overhead by other customers in the store, there's a safe, convenient, money-saving alternative available to you right now.

Aging gracefully is all about taking a proactive approach to your future well-being - you anticipate the inevitable changes and do what’s necessary to stay healthy and fit. The same principles are true for your home. You need to assess the necessary changes that must be made around your home to keep it fit, and you safe, so you and your home can successfully age together.

Baby boomers are increasingly finding answers to health questions online, and not necessarily just on medical Web sites. They’re finding health information, personal stories and support on social networking sites where members engage directly with other members through private messages and online groups.

About 25 percent of diabetics have pain and numbness from nerve damage which can be disruptive to living a normal life. The good news is new treatments and strategies can help eliminate this pain today and in the future.