Monthly Archives: April 2013

Many Americans Eligible For Health Insurance Subsidies

Many Americans are unaware that they may qualify for health insurance subsidies in 2014. Affordable Care Act provisions can provide tax credits to people making a low-to-middle income. Executive director of Families USA, Ron Pollack said, “there’s a huge number … Continue reading

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Music May Offer Some Relief To Cancer Patients

For many years, music has been thought to calm individuals suffering from anxiety, pain, sleep problems and more. A new study found that music may have many benefits for cancer patients. The study involved individuals suffering from cancer who were … Continue reading

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Josh Millar’s invitation is awaiting your response

Josh Millar would like to connect on LinkedIn. How would you like to respond? Josh Millar President at The Ibis Network | http://www.theibisnetwork.com Confirm you know Josh You are receiving Reminder emails for pending invitations. Unsubscribe. © 2013 LinkedIn Corporation. … Continue reading

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A Single Soda Daily Increases Risk Of Diabetes

According to a new study, individuals who consume 12 fluid ounces of soda a day may increase their risk of developing diabetes by 22% or more. The study involved 350,000 people reporting how many sugary and artificially sweetened drinks they … Continue reading

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Financial Trouble For Retirees May Effect Subsequent Generations

The president of asset management and corporate services for Fidelity Investments, Ronald P. O’Hanley, explained results from recent research conducted by Fidelity regarding the financial situation facing individuals in retirement. On average, four out of every ten households with retirees … Continue reading

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Baked And Broiled Fish May Lower Heart Risks

Many people know that fish is part of a healthy diet as it is full of valuable nutrients and protein. Experts have advised their patients to consume a large amount of fish to reduce heart problem risks. The way fish … Continue reading

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Many Retirees Turning To Entrepreneurship To Increase Income

Working during retirement has become extremely common over the last decade. Many retirees are searching for ways to make a larger yearly income while avoiding the typical 9-5 job. Some have developed an interest in starting and managing their own … Continue reading

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Practicing Meditation May Improve Health

Meditation as an integrative medicine program has become popular in hospitals around the nation. Meditation has many benefits that include reducing heart attack and stroke risk, as well as improving cognitive abilities such as memory and attention span. The assistant … Continue reading

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High Fiber Diet May Prevent Diverticulitis

A diet with healthy amounts of fiber has many benefits such as lowering cholesterol, reducing risk of heart disease, some cancers and diabetes, lowering blood sugar levels and aiding with weight loss. Fiber also helps prevent diverticulitis, a common disease … Continue reading

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Employer Sponsored Health Care Plans Fall By 10%

According to Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s health-care coverage team, employer-sponsored health-care plans have decreased over the last 10 years by approximately 10%. Health insurance prices are on the rise and many companies and individuals face difficult decisions. The average amount … Continue reading

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