Entertainment CHRISTA D'SOUZA asks if she should accept the expense of ageing
Topher Grace explains how Home Economics 'leveled up' for season 2
The cast tease what's in store for the new episodes at a panel moderated by EW. During a panel for the show held on Monday and moderated by Entertainment Weekly's Patrick Gomez, star Topher Grace explained how the next batch of episodes, kicking off this Wednesday, "leveled up" the show. "The family is always going through a lot of different things, but the thing for us as a cast that's been amazing is, because of the pandemic, we got seven opportunities to see if it worked and we felt great about it, but we did it all indoors essentially," he explained.
It’s the last tolerated prejudice. But Femail’s had enough. It’s time we called out those day-to-day moments when we’re patronised for no longer being young...
First-world problem alert. Don’t get me wrong, I feel lucky, very, very lucky, to be able to afford private health insurance in these pandemic-ridden times.
But my goodness, do health insurance premiums rocket when you hit a certain age.
Life insurance rockets too, doubling every five years after you hit 60. I get it. The older you get the more prone you are to disease (and, er, death). Us old folk is how these companies make money, duh.
Murder suspect stripped of seat in Brazil Congress
Gospel singer turned lawmaker Flordelis de Souza is accused of ordering the murder of her husband. © Getty Images Flordelis de Souza has been stripped of her seat in the lower house of Congress Evangelical gospel singer and pastor turned politician Flordelis de Souza has always maintained she is innocent. The 60-year-old's husband, Anderson do Carmo, was shot 30 times at their home in Rio de Janeiro in June 2019.Prosecutors allege he was killed by Ms Souza's son on her orders with a gun purchased by one of her adopted sons.
That said, having just had to go to hospital for endometrial cancer, I know my premium is going to be through the roof on the next round. So much so, I may do what a number of friends are doing — which is to axe the policy and put what I would pay for health insurance in a separate account to use only when I become ill (or have fun with it in the future, if I don’t).
Is it Pollyannaish to think that if enough of us do this, health insurance firms might start taking note?
Or should I suck it up, be thankful that car insurance premiums go down, and just accept that it is expensive being old?
Alec Baldwin 'Canceling Other Projects' After Rust Shooting Death, 'Inconsolable for Hours' Says Source .
"He was hysterical and absolutely inconsolable for hours. Everyone knows this was an accident, but he’s absolutely devastated," a source tells PEOPLE of Halyna Hutchins' deathA source tells PEOPLE that Baldwin, 63, is looking "to take some time to himself and re-center himself," as he has during difficult times in the past.