Joan Lunden Speaks about Lowering Prescription Costs for Seniors

Over 31 million Americans are enrolled in Medicare Part D but half of those enrollees are unaware of the savings they could be benefiting from if they understood their medical plans better. Award-winning television journalist Joan Lunden spoke to Family First today about a recent survey conducted by Walgreens that showed these findings, among others … Read more…

How to Sneeze Correctly Flu Etiquette from Emily Post’s Great, Great Granddaughter

Here we are in the beginning of the cold and flu season. You might be wondering what is the most polite way to sneeze or cough? What about if your child’s friend arrives sneezing and feverish? How do you politely tell his/her parents it’s time for the child to go home and rest? Hear tips … Read more…

What’s the Check-Up You Probably Forgot?

Back to school is full of appointments – sports physicals, school pictures, informational meetings for clubs, etc. But what’s that one appointment we tend to forget? Susan Gaca, registered nurse and Chief Nursing Officer for Cigna, says people tend to forget to reassess their insurance needs as well as their children’s health needs while at … Read more…

Dermatologist Dr. Benabio Gives His Winter Skin Care Tips

The chill of winter is upon us and that means cold air, wind and the dryness of indoor heating. Skin care expert Dr. Jeffrey Benabio gives Family First readers his winter skin care tips to help keep your family’s skin in tip-top shape. His answers may surprise you: Water can dry your skin Vitamins can’t … Read more…

7 Secrets Skincare Consultants Don’t Want You to Know

Now that summer is here, we are thinking about our skin a lot. Preventing sunburn and showing more skin with less clothes and our bathing suits means we have to watch more closely how our skin appears. According to Houston, TX Dermatologist Dr. Paul Friedman, “the skin care market is full of products that can … Read more…