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How Can I Avoid Entering the Part D Coverage Gap?

If you are enrolled in Medicare Part D, you have probably already been told about the Medicare coverage gap. The coverage gap is an area on the Part D fee schedule where you will lose all Medicare coverage relating to prescription drugs — on a temporary basis only — until you have paid enough out […]

By |September 30th, 2015|General Blog|0 Comments

What Drug Plans Cover

Each Medicare Prescription Drug Plan has its own list of covered drugs (called a formulary). Many Medicare drug plans place drugs into different “tiers” on their formularies. Drugs in each tier have a different cost.A drug in a lower tier will generally cost you less than a drug in a higher tier. In some cases, […]

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Get A Good Medicare Quote

Health insurance policies are never easy to understand, and so when you decide to start shopping around for health insurance quotes, it may be a frustrating task. In order to get the best coverage for the lowest prices, you will need to compare among agencies. Regardless of the form of insurance you are searching for, […]

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Healthy Blueberry Parfait

Based on American super foods’ intake, blueberries make only as an alternative to strawberries in prime dietary validation. Blueberries add one of the strongest de-oxidizing capabilities pertaining to all fruits, vegetables, spices and seasonings. Antioxidants promote optimal wellness. These dark blue delights fight free radicals that break down cellular tissues and DNA. Like other fruits, […]

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Medical Equipment Competitive Bidding Program

Understanding Medicare isn’t as easy as it should be. With so many different types of Medicare coverage, plus Medicare Supplemental Insurance options, it can be hard to understand just what your policy covers and whether or not it works for you. For many people, the new medical equipment competitive bidding program is one more thing that […]

By |September 29th, 2015|General Blog|0 Comments

BROWN RICE SALAD

Brown rice, in contrast to refined, white rice, carries the outer shell and bran. These two ingredients improve digestion mainly because they sit “lighter” in the digestive system. Probably the most critical aspect bran provides is an abundance in health proteins, vitamin B1, calcium mineral, the mineral magnesium, soluble fiber, and blood potassium. For those […]

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Are You Looking At Delayed Retirement?

Thanks to modern medicine and our society in general, we’re living longer than ever – and most of us are staying healthy longer, too. That, combined with the fact that many of us are in a financial situation that requires it, means that people are retiring at an older age than before. Delayed retirement is […]

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HUEVOS RANCHEROS

Ordered from most restaurant menus, Huevos Rancheros provide a delicious delight, but need a fair deal of time to prepare. For on the go, health-conscious men and women, this recipe fulfills short prep time requirements and delivers a bounty of nutrition. Because breakfast is one’s most vital meal, nutritional ingredients should be proportionately linked with […]

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The National Health Care Act

What Is The National Health Care Act?
In 2009, Democrat John Conyers of Michigan introduced theExpanded and Improved Medicare for All Act (H.R. 676) to the House of Representatives.  It was also known as the National Health Care Act which established a “single payer” format for a health care system in the US.

 

It is equivalent to the Bureau of […]

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Have A Safe & Happy 4th

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