Biden Announces Widespread Covid Vaccine Mandate

The Delta variant, first detected in India last October, is the most dominant strain of the coronavirus in America today, accounting for most of the recent COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths among the unvaccinated. Because there are still around 80 million people in the country who are unvaccinated, President Biden has begun more aggressively confronting the…

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Replacing A Life Insurance Policy

In some cases, when you purchase a life insurance policy, you might be set for life. But, in other instances, you might have a change of circumstances or obligations in your life that require you to replace your life insurance policy. Replacing a life insurance policy requires some thought and knowledge before moving forward; there…

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Facts About Dyslexia

Did you know that dyslexia is the most common learning disability in the United States? Approximately 1 in 5 people are dyslexic, and although it is considered a learning disability, being diagnosed with it does not mean you are not intelligent: in fact, studies show that people with dyslexia are often more creative and actually…

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No More Excuses: You CAN Get a Great Workout at Home!

You know what stinks? Getting in your car and having to drive to the gym to get your workout in -  in fact, it’s a pretty convenient excuse for not exercising! But if not wanting to join and commute to a gym is an excuse you’ve been using not to move your body, we’re here…

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Important Things To Remember About Medicare During The Annual Enrollment Period

The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) only comes around once a year, and it’s your opportunity to change your current Medicare plan to one that better suits your needs for the new year. You will have from October 15 until December 7 to review your current plan, check out other plans, and decide whether to…

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What Changes Can I Make During Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period?

It’s that time of year again! Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), sometimes referred to as Medicare Fall Open Enrollment, runs from October 15 through December 7, so now is the time to review your Medicare plan and decide if it’s still working for you, or if it’s time to make a change. It’s very important…

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Do I Need A Million-Dollar Life Insurance Policy?

Who couldn’t do with a million dollars, right? You might dream of making that much money, or of leaving that amount to your family so they won’t have to worry about money after you’re gone - and if you’re shopping for life insurance policies, you’ll find that million-dollar policies exist so that you can provide…

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Dry Spell? The Effects of Not Having Sex on Your Mind & Body

Not getting any? Hey, we’ve all been there! Anyone who is sexually active knows the feeling of also being, well, sexually inactive. And that’s totally OK: dry spells happen to everyone, whether by choice or not, and whether you’re in a long-term relationship or not. Maybe you’ve had a bout of ill health, you’re stressed…

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Does Hypnotherapy Actually Work?

Hypnosis dates back to at least the 18th century, when it was used to induce dreams and get to the root of a problem. Nowadays, many people swear by it as a way to help battle obesity, quit smoking, fight phobias, and find relief from other conditions. So have you ever considered hypnotherapy, and have…

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Is This Normal? A Revealing Look at Breasts

It’s time to talk about “the girls.” October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so there’s going to be a lot of focus on preventing, detecting, and fighting breast cancer this month - and all of that is incredibly important! But since we’re already focused a few inches below your collarbone, let’s take this time to…

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You’re Only As Old As You Feel? Subjective Age Vs. Chronological Age

Here’s what we want you to do: close your eyes for a moment and try to forget how old the calendar says you are, then think about how old you feel. Is every joint and bone aching and creaking, making you feel your age or even older - or do you feel a whole lot…

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The Ultimate Guide to Arguing: How to Fight the Right Way

Are you a lover or a fighter? Or are you both? If you answered “both,” we’ve got good news for you: arguing with your partner is actually good for your relationship. In fact, a survey of almost 1,000 adults found that couples who argue effectively are 10 times more likely to have a happy relationship…

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Should I Get Life Insurance Or Just Use My Savings?

Having cash set aside for a rainy day is always a good idea: a savings account will give you a cushion of protection in the event of an emergency, and will help you in planning for your retirement. You might even think it will be enough for your family to live on in the event…

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Measuring Up: Vanity Metrics Vs. Actionable Metrics

What gives you a thrill when it comes to your business? Are you totally excited about your product, or do you love spending time with customers? Or maybe you’re a numbers nerd, and nothing gets you going like checking out your analytics and seeing all sorts of metrics skyrocketing - and hey, there’s nothing wrong…

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The Truth About Seniors and Technology

How many times have you heard your children, grandchildren, or any other younger person talk dismissively, or even mockingly, about the way that older adults use technology? They might find it amusing, and they might think that the blanket generalizations they’re making are true for all seniors, but the truth is more complicated.  First of…

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What Is Spina Bifida?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 out of every 2,758 babies are born in the U.S. with the birth defect spina bifida. This condition, which develops in a fetus during pregnancy, affects the spine; it is usually identified at birth, although there are different types of spina bifida, one of…

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Could Guerilla Marketing Lead to Surprising Sales for Your Business?

What do you think of when you see the word “guerilla?” Probably guerilla warfare, right? Not exactly what you’d have in mind if you were trying to come up with a new and innovative marketing strategy! But think about it in another way: guerilla tactics generally involve some sort of ambush, or - more relevant…

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What Type of Life Insurance Annuity Is Right for Your Family?

Did you know that when it comes to life insurance benefits, beneficiaries of a policy have options for how they get their money paid out? You can choose to have benefits paid out in one lump sum, but if you’d prefer to receive your money over a longer period of time, an annuity might be…

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