The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued a series of guidelines to help people who may be managing a parent’s or other older person’s finances. These guidelines — which can be viewed through the commission’s website at www.consumer finance.gov/managing-someone-elses-money — include steps detailing how fiduciaries can make sure they are acting in a person’s best interests, managing a person’s money carefully, keeping a person’s money and assets separate from their own, and maintaining good records to keep track of what money came in and where it was spent.
The reality: That is not true, said Dr. Richard Koller, a Bend neurologist. A sneeze does increase the pressure inside the skull a little bit, he said. People have worried that sneezes may kill brain cells because other things that increase pressure on the brain, such as some types of stroke, can lead to brain cell death or even the death of the person. However,… ... more