You might already know that you should limit your saturated fat intake to no more than 10 percent of your total daily calories. Why? Because it raises your cholesterol and is bad for your heart. So, if you're eating 2,000 calories a day, that's 22 grams of saturated fat. Here are some easy—and delicious—ways to slash saturated fat and incorporate more "good" unsaturated fats into your diet.

If you're already a neat freak, and finding new things to clean is fun for you, you should definitely check out this list of the most often overlooked places that need cleaning in your house. Or maybe you wish you were a neat freak, and a few extra tips could really benefit your progress. Either way, here are some spots that are definitely icky in your home.

There are a number of prescription drug assistance programs in each state of the U.S. Some of these programs, such as the Extra Help program, are designed to support Medicare beneficiaries, while some other available resources can also support state residents who are not enrolled in Medicare.

Candy is not just for kids anymore. While some candies may be chock-full of sugar and artificial flavors, there are healthier options out there for seniors. Seniors love candy because it is good for satisfying a sweet tooth and can be incorporated into any part of their day. Whatever their reason, seniors love candy and can include it, in moderation, as part of a healthy lifestyle. The following ingredients found in candies can provide various benefits to the health of a senior.

There’s so much proof behind why your morning routine is so important. Most of the info about the impact of morning routines are targeted toward business-minded people who are working towards peak career success. That’s great, but what about seniors and the people who are having trouble making transitions during their retirement years?

You probably figured that unsweetened cocoa powder is low in calories. You may like it even more once you learn that it's teeming with minerals such as calcium, copper, iron and magnesium and is a good source of protein and dietary fiber. But you might positively flip once you know that they can fortify cardiovascular health, balance cholesterol, deliver antioxidant value, reduce diabetes risk and bolster cognition. If chocolate is a guilty pleasure, then unsweetened cocoa powder is worth spooning up, guilt-free.

The New Year stands before us like a fresh chapter in a book. Once you’re done with your year-end reflection, it’s time to look forward to the year that’s about to start. What will you write for the next chapter of your life? It’s entirely up to you. Take the first step to make sure that it’s a great chapter by setting New Year’s resolutions.