Category: October 2019

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A Final Thought: Where were you at the time of the murder?

My wife and I are anglophiles. We love everything British. Right now in our kitchen cabinets you’ll find Walker shortbread cookies and McVitie’s digestive biscuits, which, by the way, do nothing...

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Getting to the root of trauma

Ever wonder if your aching back or those sleepless nights could be linked to something else? It’s possible their root cause lies in a past traumatic event. “There are many misconceptions...

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HealthMarkets agent Joanie Keehn says fresh changes to the Affordable Care Act mean more coverage options

One of the hallmarks of last year’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) enrollment was the elimination of the tax penalty for those failing to acquire coverage. “The law requiring coverage was and is...

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People on the west side of Cleveland now have a private option for quality ENT and audiology care, all under one roof

Bert Brown, MD, knows bigger is not always better. “It’s good to have a private practice option,” says the otolaryngologist who has been providing comprehensive ear, nose and throat care...

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Baby Boomers are creating major changes in the way insurance companies are offering Medicare

According to Forbes magazine, baby boomers are permanently clocking out of the workforce at a rate of 10,000 each day. That’s a huge number of fresh retirees not only lining up for Social Security...

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