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Options for Health Care Insurance during Retirement

We constantly hear that healthcare will be the most expensive item in retirement. We want to have insurance, like we do now, but of course don’t want to pay thousands every month/year unnecessarily. Continue reading

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Types of Nursing Home Abuse You Might Not Have Known

All residents of nursing homes have legally protected rights. Their most vital and basic right is to have access to an environment that is free of neglect and abuse. Continue reading

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The Golden Age: Healthcare Policy & Preventative Health for Retirees

Retirement really should be the golden age. But it won’t mean much if you don’t have the health and vitality to enjoy it. Continue reading

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Have New Grandchildren, Want to Retire, Health Care Conundrum

I cannot tell you how many grandparents we know who have moved to the location of the grandchildren (or didn’t move to the location of their choice due to the grandchildren) … and then the parents of those children were transferred, got a promotion (or a divorce) or simply moved to a better area for work, better schools, better cost of living, and so on, thus throwing a wrench into the Grandparents’ plans for being close to the grandchildren growing up. Continue reading

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Should You Go for Alternative or Complementary Therapy for Cancer Treatment?

It’s easy to lump alternative and complementary therapies together since they’re not standard cancer treatments. However, alternative therapies are quite different from complementary ones. Continue reading

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Surgical weight loss: It’s getting bigger

One area of the industry which has evolved over the last few years is surgical weight loss. Up until recently, calorie counting and other tried and tested approaches may have been the limit – but things have changed. Continue reading

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Questions from a Reader on sorting out access to health care after retirement

I could surely use some guidance and focus and direction on what I should do about healthcare. I hope you can at least help me narrow down the possibilities that would work for me. Continue reading

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What are you guys doing for health insurance?

I have been doing a lot of research regarding Worldwide Health Insurance and was curious what you guys were doing. Continue reading

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What if all US health care costs were transparent?

At first, doctors, billing offices and insurance companies balked at their audacity to ask such questions, and Jeanne mentions how she felt like she was breaking the law with her questions. But Pinder’s company persevered. And the experience became liberating. Continue reading

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Will Medicare Cover Me Outside the USA?

Whether you’re taking a quick trip, going for an extended stay, or even relocating for a little while, it’s important to know how—and if—Medicare will cover you. Continue reading

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