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How to Identify and Treat Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac

Poison ivy, oak, or sumac can ruin an otherwise lovely day. Learn how to recognize these plants and what to do after exposure....

By Chris Gasparini

Posted on May 24, 2021

16 Signs You're About to Have a Migraine

Understanding the signs that a migraine is coming ensures you aren't caught without your favorite migraine remedy when you need it...

By Kolt Legette

Posted on May 25, 2021

Does Medicare Cover Cancer Treatment After Age 76?

The only age-related Medicare rules surround eligibility and frequency of cancer screenings, not medically-necessary treatments....

By Chris Gasparini

Posted on Apr 26, 2021

Can I Get Medicare Without Social Security?

American citizens may sign up for Medicare once they turn 65, even if they do not yet collect Social Security benefits....

By Kolt Legette

Posted on Apr 23, 2021

Can My Employer Force Me to Take Medicare?

Whether you’re required to get Medicare when you’re eligible depends on the size of your employer and if you're actively employed....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Apr 21, 2021

How Much Does Medicare Cost the Government?

The government pays for Medicare through a variety of taxes, including the Medicare income tax that most employees pay....

By Chris Gasparini

Posted on Apr 16, 2021

What Does Medicare Plan G Cover?

Medicare Supplement Plan G covers everything that Plan F does except for the Part B deductible....

By Kolt Legette

Posted on Apr 19, 2021

Living with Arthritis: Tips to Manage a Chronic Condition

The most common arthritis symptom is pain, but you can manage your symptoms with healthy lifestyle changes like diet and exercise....

By Kolt Legette

Posted on Apr 08, 2021

Would I Lose My Medicare if I Get a Part-Time Job?

Employment plays no role in your Medicare coverage, as eligibility isn't based on income. Rules vary if your employer offers insurance....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Apr 14, 2021

How to Change Medicare Plans

If you're enrolled in Medicare, you can change your plan during one of Medicare's enrollment periods, including Annual Enrollment....

By Kolt Legette

Posted on Apr 12, 2021

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