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Lee Nathans has been a registered health underwriter for nearly 30 years and past president of both the Columbus and Ohio Associations of Health Underwriters. The Columbus Jewish News spent some time with Lee to share his insights with CJN readers. The interview has been edited for brevity.

Dementia is a medical term that refers to loss of cognitive ability that it interferes with normal mental functioning. It is not normal aging, but its incidence is very strongly related to aging. In other words, it becomes more common in older groups. Americans are living much longer than in…

Many people are fearful of developing Alzheimer’s disease, especially those with a family history of the condition. Researchers are investigating innovative treatments for Alzheimer’s and other dementias, but no cure exists right now.

Whether heading to the gym before work, meeting up with friends for dinner or flying across the country for a business trip, if you’re like many people, your life seems busier than ever. If you also have hearing loss, you might wonder how hearing aids can fit in. While there are many differe…

Being part of the Jewish community is a great honor but is also a large responsibility. Jewish history is full of many dark times and persecution and, unfortunately, antisemitism is still very much something Jews face to this day.