Medicare Advantage continues to flourish despite Obamacare cuts By Chris Berry Amidst the dysfunction within the new Obamacare insurance marketplaces, one existing coverage program appears to be flourishing. One of the most severe and initial criticisms of President Obama’s health care law was that it would come... 
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Wasted Funds

// Oct 24th, 2013
Jim Fausone Veterans Disability Lawyer So I am no fashion expert.  I suspect most guys just toss on what is in the closet and hope it does not clash too badly.  Uniforms are supposed to be functional, not clash with the environment, create esprit de corps and be distinguishable.  But when I read about the government’s... 
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Birth asphyxia (lack of oxygen to the brain prior to or during birth) can lead to serious brain damage and birth injury. To better understand how lack of oxygen to the brain and injury are related, it’s important to look at the causes, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of birth asphyxia.  There are many... 
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Family caregiving can improve mental health, study shows. By Chris Berry Family caregiving can be extremely stressful and potentially detrimental to the caregiver’s health, however, studies have revealed that people who care for a family member live longer than comparable people who aren’t caregiving. (Related: Your... 
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There is a lesson to be learned from AMC’s “The Walking Dead”: advance preparation for the unexpected will prove beneficial.  Surviving a zombie apocalypse requires planning: identifying a network of people you can trust, a safe place to hide, food, water and lots of firepower And that is what estate planning... 
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The wrongful death lawsuit over an Illinois state trooper killed while on duty will continue in Madison County Circuit Court after a judge denied a defendant’s motion to transfer the case. Dot Foods is being sued along with the truck driver who crashed into trooper, Kyle Deatherage, in November, killing him.... 
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A memorial ceremony has been held for 25 military veterans whose cremains were left unclaimed by family members. The cremains will be recognized in a ceremony inNew Jerseyand then the ashes will be laid to rest inWashington, in a military cemetery there. The unclaimed cremains include those from seven veterans born... 
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The week of October 21-27, 2013, is the fifth annual National Estate Planning Awareness Week, established to help the American public learn how to establish an estate plan and keep it up to date. Managing one’s finances properly is more important than ever, but most Americans do not have an up-to-date estate... 
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The number of people caring for an elderly parent or other relative is growing fast. A recent Pew Research Center study found that almost 40 percent of Americans are caring for another person with a serious health condition, a rise from 30 percent in 2010. Providing care for a loved one may be necessary, but it is... 
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Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and 401(k)s are very popular, because they offer significant tax advantages. But most assets held in those accounts are vulnerable to significant fluctuations in value. The Center for American Progress (CAP), a nonpartisan think tank, has an idea of how to change the way these... 
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