Vision problems can become a common issue many will deal with as they get older. As a Medicare beneficiary you may be wondering what type of vision services you’re covered for.
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Big news out of Washington is that The House of Representatives voted to approve the American Health Care Act (AHCA). This Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare could mean big changes for many Americans. The next step for this bill is to go through the Senate. Here are some things to know:
Our sleep needs change throughout our lifetime, and interestingly enough, some doctors recommend that as adults we need seven to nine hours of sleep to qualify as getting a healthy night of rest . While some can function with six or less hours of sleep a night without feeling dragging and drowsy the rest of the day, that is just not the case for everyone. Adequate sleep makes you feel better, although it goes way beyond just boosting your mood, sleep is a key part to a healthy lifestyle and can benefit your heart, weight and mind. If you wake up everyday feeling exhausted from lack of sleep, try some of these tips and tricks and hopefully they will help you catch some extra Zzz’s.