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    2. 5 Warning Signs of Pancreatic Cancer

      5 Warning Signs of Pancreatic Cancer
      Although pancreatic cancer can be treated if caught early, the signs are often subtle, and the disease is usually missed until it is in later, more serious stages. But there are some warning signs that you can watch out for.The pancreas has two main jobs in the body: to make juices that help digest food and to make hormones, such as insulin and glucagon, that help control blood sugar ...
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    3. Heart Attack Symptoms And Signs Of A Stroke

      Heart Attack Symptoms And Signs Of A Stroke
      No doctor can tell you what a heart attack or stroke feels like quite as well as someone whos actually suffered one. In this feature from AARP and the American Heart Association (AHA), heart patients recall, in their own words, what its like to suffer a cardiac event.Here, heart attack and stroke survivors describe how they felt when they experienced their symptoms.
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    4. Walmart Said to Be in Merger Talks With Humana

      Walmart Said to Be in Merger Talks With Humana
      Health-care spending accounted for about 18 percent of the U.S. economy last year, and continues to surge with an aging population, pricey medications, and a complex regime of reimbursements and middlemen. Companies have been trying to address some of the markets inefficiencies by forging alliances or getting bigger: Cigna Corp. is acquiring Express Scripts Holding Co. for $54 billion, and CVS Health Corp. is buying Aetna Inc. for $68 ...
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    5. Money Troubles Worry Seniors More Than Death

      Money Troubles Worry Seniors More Than Death
      In a recent study conducted by Bay Alarm Medical , more than 1,000 people were asked to name their biggest fears associated with getting older. Surprisingly, the top three fears didn't include either their own death nor the death of a spouse. Instead, financial instability was near the top of the list, with eight in 10 Americans indicating they were seriously worried about running out of money as they ...
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    6. There’s a Major Medicare Change Taking Place. Here’s Everything You Need to Know

      There’s a Major Medicare Change Taking Place. Here’s Everything You Need to Know
      In April, the government will start sending out new Medicare cards, launching a massive, yearlong effort to alter how 59 million people enrolled in the federal health insurance program are identified. Historically, Medicare ID cards have been stamped with the Social Security numbers of members currently, about 50 million seniors and 9 million people with serious disabilities. But thats been problematic: If a wallet or purse were stolen, a thief ...
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    7. The Top 5 Questions Bipolar Sufferers Ask About Disability Benefits

      The Top 5 Questions Bipolar Sufferers Ask About Disability Benefits
      Bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) affects an estimated 2 million people over the age of 18. Unfortunately, severe symptoms associated with either manic episodes, depression (or both) can cause difficulties in holding down a regular job. In fact, working may become impossible for some bipolars.
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    8. How to Save Money on Healthcare in Retirement

      How to Save Money on Healthcare in Retirement
      Of the various expenses retirees face, healthcare is among the most burdensome. From Medicare premiums to prescription drug costs, healthcare expenses can eat up a huge chunk of your retirement savings. In fact, the latest projections tell us that the typical 65-year-old man today will spend $189,687 on healthcare expenses in retirement, while the typical 65-year-old woman will spend $214,565. And these figures don't even include long-term ...
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    9. The real reason the U.S. spends twice as much on health care as other wealthy countries

      The real reason the U.S. spends twice as much on health care as other wealthy countries
      For years, it has been clear that Americans are not getting a good bang for their buck on health care. The United States spends more than any other country and gets much less, at least as measured by life expectancy or infant mortality. Policy fixes have tended to focus on the idea that medicine is being overused, that the American health care system encourages unnecessary tests, prescriptions and procedures.
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    10. Don't Fall for This Medicare Scam

      Don't Fall for This Medicare Scam
      The card switch scam The Better Business Bureau recently highlighted a scam involving Medicare cards. The way it works is that a scammer will call an older American, posing as someone working for Medicare. If you get such a call, the scammer will explain that new Medicare cards are being mailed out and that there is a problem with your card.
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    11. A new kind of doctor's office that doesn't take insurance and charges a monthly fee is 'popping up everywhere' — and that could change how we think about healthcare - SFGate

      A new kind of doctor's office that doesn't take insurance and charges a monthly fee is 'popping up everywhere' — and that could change how we think about healthcare - SFGate
      How direct primary care works Dustin and Lauren Clark, who operate Black Bag Family Healthcare. Courtesy Lauren Clark For Brent Long and his family, paying for healthcare is now like paying a cellphone bill. Since they joined Black Bag Family Healthcare in Johnson City, Tennessee, about two years ago, the family has paid about $150 a month to belong to the practice.
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    12. Wolters Kluwer : Where You Retire Can Have a Taxing Effect

      Wolters Kluwer : Where You Retire Can Have a Taxing Effect
      When contemplating locations for retirement, warm weather and proximity to family are likely top considerations for most soon-to-be retirees. However, calculating the best places to stretch a fixed retirement income should also be top of mind. Understanding the current state tax treatments of retirement benefits can be a key factor in deciding where to establish new, post-career roots.
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    13. Top 10 Retirement Tips for Millennials

      Top 10 Retirement Tips for Millennials
      As you watch your now-adult children venture out into the real world, though, you may see them focusing almost entirely on their financial needs in the here-and-now paying the rent, determining just how much health or renters insurance they can afford, etc. While learning how to manage their financial needs now is important, though, they also need guidance about how to secure their future.
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