Your guide for Medicare open enrollment
People will be able to review and change their Medicare plans when open enrollment starts October 15….Read More

Medicare Open Enrollment for 2015 Approaching
Now that you have made yourself comfortable with your Medicare coverage it is time to check out any changes coming your way. Open enrollment 2015 starts…Read More

Social Security’s Hidden Medicare Penalty
Most people who use online retirement or Social Security programs come to the wrong conclusion about when to start their first payment for Social Security…Read More

Medicare Covers Less When a Hospital Stay is an Observation, Not an Admission
An increasing number of seniors who spend time in the hospital are surprised to learn that they were not “admitted” patients — even though they may have stayed overnight in a hospital bed and received treatment, diagnostic tests and drugs…Read More

It’s annual coverage check-up time for Medicare users
For Americans age 65 or older, Medicare serves as their primary health insurance. Coverage is available through original Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan…Read More

Understand How Social Security Calculates Your Benefits
Still, as important as that income is for so many retirees, many Americans don’t understand how those benefits are calculated…Read More

How A Fanny Pack Mix-Up Revealed A Medicare Drug Scam
The fraud scheme began to unravel last fall, with the discovery of a misdirected stack of bogus prescriptions and a suspicious spike in Medicare drug spending tied to a doctor in Key Biscayne, Fla…Read More



Could Florida Be Where The Momentum Stops for Medical Marijuana?Florida’s medical marijuana amendment should pass. Most polls say so. Momentum across the nation says so. The gut-wrenching visuals of patients in pain say so… Read More

Offensive line a plus for Georgia Southern The severe respiratory illness that has hospitalized children in about a dozen states is a variation of a common virus, spreads easily and could show up in Pennsylvania… Read More

Pa. Prepares For Virus That Has Stricken Children in Nearby States The severe respiratory illness that has hospitalized children in about a dozen states is a variation of a common virus, spreads easily and could show up in Pennsylvania… Read More

10 Virginia children hospitalized, symptoms resemble enterovirus One 7-year-old girl appeared to be starting to come down with a runny nose and cough when leaving the house for school in the morning, but by the time she reached school, she was turning gray and having trouble breathing… Read More

In Illinois, Food Stamps Outpace Job Growth 2-1 Illinois’ sluggish jobs recovery is coming at a tremendous cost. For every post-recession job created in Illinois, nearly two people have enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps… Read More

Local history: Quarry workers made startling find in 1899 For several backbreaking days, workers labored with pickaxes and shovels to remove tons of earth from a natural sandstone formation. When metal finally hit rock, a startling discovery was made… Read More

Snyder hires former Florida prisons chief to monitor Aramark contract in Michigan LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration has hired the former chief of prisons in Florida and Indiana to oversee Michigan’s troubled three-year, $145 million contract with a company supplying inmates with food… Read More

Poplin: Expanding medicare to all can solve health care disaster Republicans can hardly believe their good luck. The Obama administration has once again snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. Read More

Irina Shelikhova, Medicare Fraud “Mastermind,” Sentenced To 15 Years The 50-year-old leader of a massive $77 million Medicare fraud ring in Southern Brooklyn was sentenced to 15 years in prison and ordered to forfeit $36,241,545 to the government on Tuesday, announced United States Attorney Loretta Lynch. Read More


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