Seniors, children, and caregivers are the most likely to contract the flu, so it’s important that precautionary steps are taken to avoid the flu. Seniors tend to have weaker immune systems, making the flu especially dangerous, often leading to pneumonia. But even with these weaker immune systems, there are still things you can do to reduce your chances of getting the flu.
Is it possible to prevent Alzheimer’s? It’s not clear yet if there is a way to prevent the disease but promising research is in the works.
Prevention of Alzheimer’s
Prevention studies have shown that less than 1% of people with Alzheimer’s disease have early-onset Alzheimer’s because of genetic mutations.
It’s important to know the Medicare deadlines so you can avoid penalties. There are very specific times that you can enroll in Medicare.
Medicare Parts A & B
If you’re not receiving social security benefits then you have to sign up for Medicare Parts A & B. You can sign up for these during the seven-month period,
The purpose of COBRA is to allow people to keep their group health coverage even after your employment ends or you lose coverage as a dependent on a covered employee.
Here’s everything you need to know about COBRA.
What is COBRA?
If an employee changes job, gets fired, or get divorced as a dependent then he or she is at risk of losing group health plan benefit through his or her job.
Medicare fraud causes health care costs and taxes to rise each year so it’s important to know what to look for and how to avoid it. Scammers try to get your Medicare card number or your social security number to steal your identity and commit Medicare fraud.
New Medicare Cards 2018
Medicare is mailing out new Medicare cards between April 2018 and April 2019.
Osteoporosis is a common ailment in people over age fifty that causes the bones to become brittle and prone to fractures. It typically results from a lack of calcium or vitamin D. Doing certain exercises can help build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis. Here are some exercises to try out to build up bone strength.
So you’ve just turned 65. Now what? If you haven’t done so already, enrolling in Medicare should be your first priority. The window to enroll in Medicare is three months before your 65th birthday, your birthday month, and the three months after your 65th birthday. If you don’t know where to begin, Medicare Plans Washington is here to help you with Medicare.
What to do before turning 65? This is a common question for those who have yet to join Medicare. Medicare Plans Washington is here to help you prepare for Medicare. There is a lot to learn so you should start at least 6 months before your 65th birthday.
What to do Before Turning 65
Do you ever wonder when you should start preparing for Medicare? There is a lot to learn so starting a few years before your 65th birthday is beneficial.
How to Start Preparing for Medicare
New to Medicare? First, you need to know the basics of Medicare. Medicare Plans Washington provides Medicare health plan quotes for Washington State residents.
Like every year, the government makes changes to Medicare in order for it to run properly. It is very important for Medicare participants to keep up with the changes made every year. Here are a some of the key Medicare changes in 2017.
Premiums are Rising
If you qualify for free Medicare Part A coverage then your premiums will not rise.