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If you are a Beneficiary who is currently covered by Medicare we feel it is important that you are aware of covered services available to you through Medicare. This means that these services come with no deductibles or coinsurance costs, and many of these vital services can help you keep yourself healthy.
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I’m sure you have been hearing your whole life about how important it is to eat well.
A very familiar piece of advice seems to be to eat more fruits and veggies, and to cut down on food that are high in fats, sugars and carbohydrates.
If it were so easy to do, it wouldn’t still be such common advice.
Can I file for Medicare without Social Security?
This is a common question we receive in our call center and on our social media accounts and it is a great question.
Social Security and Medicare are separate decisions, and you do not need to sign up for both programs at the same time. The Social Security full retirement age is 66, however the Medicare eligibility age is 65.
But-both of these types of health insurance plans work VERY differently and it is important to understand the difference before you decide which Medicare plan is the best fit for you.
Below, we will compare and contrast Medicare Supplements to Medicare Advantage to help aid you in this decision.
"Where liberty dwells, there is my country" - Benjamin Franklin
The History of our Holiday:
On June 11th, 1776, the Colonies' Second Continental Congress met
in Philadephia and formed a commitee of whose purpose was to draft a
document that would formerly sever our ties with Great Britain.
June is Men’s Health Month and it is a perfect time for you to take the steps you need to live a healthy life!
This event is the perfect time to raise awareness to the preventable health problems that many men face. It is also serves as a great opportunity to encourage early detection and treatment of diseases. Our personal health should always be top priority, but often times it takes a backseat when it comes to other issues in our lives.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. According to the American Academy of Dermatology it is estimated that nearly 9,500 people a day are diagnosed with skin cancer. The risk of skin cancer rises as we age, likely because the older we are the more sun exposure we have endured in our lifetime.
Did you know that Medicare covers a full range of preventive services? We want all of our friends and clients to stay healthy and to help with that we wanted to take some time to make sure our readership is aware about the preventative services offered to them through Medicare.
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