Retiree Article Archive

  • Warding off Alzheimer’s? +

    Warding off Alzheimer’s? No silver bullet, but experts tout merits of staying active Read More
  • Summertime, and the living's risky +

    Summertime, and the living's risky Increased outdoor activities can lead to more aches, injuries Read More
  • The COH advantage +

    The COH advantage City of Houston’s retiree Medicare plans have an edge over other plans. Read More
  • Staying fit and healthy as you age +

    Staying fit and healthy as you age Use these tips to be proactive about your health and manage five Read More
  • I retired too early +

    I retired too early Michael Jozwiak persevered through multiple crises at the same time as he Read More
  • Senior Safety +

    Senior Safety Keep your guard up while gardening Read More
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Michael Jozwiak persevered through multiple crises at the same time as he left his job with the city. He describes his ordeal as a cautionary tale.

Increased outdoor activities can lead to more aches, injuries

City of Houston’s retiree Medicare plans have an edge over other plans. The enrollment period is Nov. 16-Dec. 16. Those retirees who are happy with their COH Medicare plans should do nothing to continue receiving their benefits. Those with questions may call the Benefits division at 832-393-6000 or email retiree benefits@houstontx.gov.

Keep your guard up while gardening

Use these tips to be proactive about your health and manage five common aging problems

No silver bullet, but experts tout merits of staying active