Medicare, scammers, enrollment

Medicare’s Open Enrollment Is Open Season For Scammers

14 November 2021

Finding the best private Medicare drug or medical insurance plan among dozens of choices is tough enough without throwing misleading sales tactics into the mix.

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Why U.S. Inflation Is So High, And When It May Ease

13 November 2021

Inflation is starting to look like that unexpected, and unwanted, houseguest who just won’t leave. For months, many economists had sounded a reassuring message that a spike in consumer prices, something that had been missing in action in the U.S. for a generation, wouldn’t stay long.

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Curry Powder Shortcuts Savory Beef Skewers

12 November 2021

Across Southeast Asia, sidewalk hawkers offer sizzling meat skewers bathed in the smoky aroma of smoldering wood coals and a seemingly endless combination of savory sauces. 

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mental health

Phone Apps Can Improve Caregiver Mental Health

11 November 2021

Those who care for older adults suffering with memory loss and other cognitive impairments can significantly reduce their depression, stress and anxiety by focusing on what is going on at the moment and engaging in mindfulness therapy.

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Medigap, Medicare, open enrollment

Medicare Enrollment Blitz Doesn’t Include Options To Move Into Medigap

10 November 2021

Medicare’s annual open-enrollment season is here and millions of beneficiaries, prompted by a massive advertising campaign and aided by a detailed federal website, will choose a private Medicare Advantage plan.

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Medical Cannabis May Give Modest Benefits For Chronic Pain

09 November 2021

A minority of people living with chronic pain who try medical cannabis may experience important relief and the risk of side effects is typically small, says an international study led by McMaster University scientists.

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