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January 2014

Super Bowl Sunday-Sideline the Flu at Your Party

                                   Seven Ways to Sideline the Flu at Your Super Bowl Party  

 Brought to you by:  American Red Cross 

Super Bowl XLVIII this weekend will bring fans and friends together at parties at a time when the flu isrampant across 41 states, and there are ways to keep the flu sidelined from the party.

Talking Tuesday-Medicare Clarifications on Rehab

Medicare Clarifies Rehab Coverage
You know how frustrating—no, make that infuriating—it can be to try to get reimbursed by Medicare for some rehabilitation services? You’re sure the rehab is helpful, but you can’t convince The Powers That Be.

Why? It used to be that Medicare would pay only if the patient were improving.

Fitness Friday-SilverSneakers Fitness Program

What is the SilverSneakers Fitness Program?

SilverSneakers is a fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater control of their health byencouraging physical activity and offering social events.Unlock the door to greater independence and a healthier life with SilverSneakers.

Fitness Friday-Physical Activity & Quality of Life

Happy Senior Couple Hugging

 

  

Physical activity improves quality of life

          

Do you want to add years to your life? Or life to your years?Feeling your best boosts your zeal for life!The American Heart Association recommends 30-minutes of moderate activity, but three 10-minute periods of activity are as beneficial to your overall fitness as one 30-minute se

Wellness Wednesday-Color Code for Healthy Choices

Making Healthier Choices by Color Coding

Could a little red circle really make us bypass short ribs and mashed potatoes for some cod and rice instead?

Well, a team of doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital sure think so — at least sometimes — and they have a study that backs them up.

Last April, when NPR moved into new headquarters, they got a snazzy new cafeteria.

Key Features of the ACA Year by Year

Features of the ACA

Affordable Care Act By Year

With the start of the new year, thought it would be interesting to see how far we have come with the Affordable Care Act year by year.
On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. The law puts in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that will roll out over four years and beyond.

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