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New construction two-story twinhomes located in the highly desirable Lincolnshire Addition, the new 'Harrison' twinhome offers a spacious open…

Whether you have out-of-pocket health care expenses or dependent care costs, you may want to take advantage of your employer’s flexible spending account. An FSA may differ from employer to employer but can save you money and cut your taxes. Before enrolling, you should get a thorough understanding of how your employer’s FSA plan works. […]

Independence is something easily taken for granted. Most of us go through our daily lives with the notion that our most basic needs will be easily met. Whether it’s getting out of bed in the morning, eating lunch, or even going to the bathroom, there are certain functions in life that often produce little stress and are seldom given a second thought. Those in caring professions call these things “activities of daily, or independent, living.”

Consider Jenn Wolff. If you want public tax dollars to stay in public schools rather than private schools, vote for Jenn Wolff. If you want th…

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MONDAY, Oct. 31, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Transgender minors in Florida are now one step closer to not being able to get medical care to affirm their gender. In a heated hearing on Friday, the Florida Board of Medicine voted to begin drafting a rule banning puberty blockers, hormone therapy, and surgeries for trans youths younger than 18 years.

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MONDAY, Oct. 31, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- A patient-facing role for medical physicists may improve the experience of patients receiving radiation therapy as part of oncology care, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), held from Oct. 23 to 26 in San Antonio.

MONDAY, Oct. 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- About 88 nursing homes in the United States are on a watch list for worrisome care that puts residents in danger, but now they will face tougher penalties for any future violation. Those tougher penalties could include the loss of federal funding if they receive more than one dangerous violation, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Friday.

At Ridgecrest Village we off different levels of care for those 62 and older. We have Independent, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Rehabilitation, and 24-hour nursing care all located on one campus. When you choose to live at Ridgecrest as an independent resident there are several financial options to consider. One is to lease an apartment or cottage month to month, knowing we have higher levels of care available if needed. We offer an 80% return of Capital* (which works well with long-term care insurance) Another option to consider is our Lifecare plan. Choosing our Lifecare plan helps control your future healthcare costs by keeping the monthly rate stable and predictable.

Much of the support online has gone towards providing food, shelter and care to those impacted by the devastating hurricane. Unfortunately, it…

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WEDNESDAY, Oct. 19, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Disparities exist in the receipt of recommended postpartum care by insurance type, rural or urban residence, and racial and ethnic identities, according to a study published online Oct. 14 in JAMA Health Forum.

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