As we’re waiting for the Supreme Court to make its decision on the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), we’d like to ask you a simple question. How much of the Affordable Care Act is worth keeping?
We’re asking you that because we came across this interesting article about the small business health insurance tax credit which . . . → Read More: Is the Business Health Insurance Tax Credit More Trouble Than It’s Worth?
Remember our warnings on buying generic medication over the internet? Well, the Food and Drug Administration has gotten into the act again, after a consumer reported purchasing fake generic Adderall from an online pharmacy website. The fake generic Adderall was discovered “by a consumer, who noticed misspellings on on the fake product packaging,” according to . . . → Read More: FDA Issues Warning on Fake Generic Adderall
Great news if you are in the Lynchburg, Virginia area and need a mammogram. The MAAM Mobile Mammography Coach will be in Lynchburg at the Hunton-Randolph Community Center, 1120 12th Street during the upcoming Juneteenth Celebration, Saturday, June 16 from 10 AM to 3 PM.
M.A.A.M. (Mammograms Annually A Must) is a local volunteer group . . . → Read More: Free Mammograms in Lynchburg, Virginia on June 16th… Sign-Up Now!
If you’ve started to struggle with your prescription drug co-pays and co-insurance over the last few years, you may be wondering if it’s just you. Far from it!
Thousands of patients in California and across the nation who take expensive prescription drugs every month for cancer, rheumatoid arthritis and other ailments are facing sticker . . . → Read More: Are Your Prescription Drug Co-Pays Going Up, Up, Up? You’re Not Alone!
As we start to recover from our holiday barbecues, we thought that this story would be an interesting close to the Memorial Day weekend:
Five-year-old Rachel Margaret Kenyon’s father was serving with the Connecticut National Guard in Afghanistan when she was diagnosed with autism.
Sgt. Maj. William Kenyon of Manchester is an active-duty veteran of . . . → Read More: Military Dad Battles for Autism Coverage
If you’re a new graduate who is having trouble finding a job with benefits, you may be thinking that you can always fall back on your parent’s health insurance. Well, that’s partly true. The Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) lets you stay on a parent’s health insurance until you’re 26 years old unless you have access . . . → Read More: Reminder: New Graduates Only Have 30 Days to Get On Parent’s Health Insurance
Happy Memorial Day, everyone! We’ll be back tomorrow!
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Infographic: Insuring Those Who Served
Just a reminder that if you’re facing the prospect of a major dental bill… medical tourism is an option for you, too, as one veteran found out when he needed some new crowns put in:
His local quote was $14,000 for the work.
“When I left the office, I jokingly said maybe I should go . . . → Read More: Could You Be Smiling After Medical Tourism?
Just a reminder to our friends in Tennessee. The Remote Area Medical (RAM) mobile clinic will be visiting the Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee from June 2-3, providing free medical, dental, vision care to the uninsured, underinsured, unemployed and anyone else who cannot pay for care, both adults and children.
The parking lot will . . . → Read More: Remote Area Medical Brings Free Medical, Dental, Vision and Vet Clinic to Tennessee June 2-3