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PLANNING FOR YOUR FUTURE

Seven Myths You May Mistakenly Believe About Long-Term Care

(NAPSI)—As you develop your retirement plans and think about how a potential need for long-term care may impact those plans and your loved ones, certain misconceptions may prevent you from taking … more

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(NAPSM)—En el 2000, Mercy Mendoza, a los 3 años, languidecía con una enfermedad misteriosa. Su abuela, desesperanzada, compró un sitio donde enterrarla en el pueblito de Honduras donde vivían. … more
Your Health

Feel Good From The Inside Out

(NAPSI)—The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that more than 15 percent of all Americans are over 65 years old. If you’re among them, or hope to be someday, here’s news that could be … more
Water Facts & Figures

Floods Can Affect Your Well Water’s Well-Being

(NAPSI)—For over a million families, farmers and business owners, seeing floodwaters receding may just be the beginning of their troubles—but it doesn’t have to be. The … more
Word From Washington

Building A Medicaid Bipartisan Bridge

(NAPSI)—With the nation increasingly politically divided, two United States senators are reaching across the aisle to work on a growing problem facing Medicaid: truth in rebates. The … more

Word from Washington

The Right Rebate Act of 2018 would close a loophole in Medicaid that lets pharmaceutical manufacturers misclassify drugs and overcharge taxpayers by billions of dollars, says Jeffrey Lewis, the … more
Health Matters

Sickle Cell: One Gene, Many Faces, And A Quest For A Cure

(NAPSI)—In 2000, a mysterious disease was making 3-year-old Mercy Mendoza so ill that her grandmother bought a burial plot for her in the little town in Honduras where they lived. Swelling, … more