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10
MAY
2019

Can Herbs Help Fight Cancer?

Experts are now saying that many natural resources can help fight against cancer. Almost 9 million people all over the world will die from cancer and nearly twice as many people that have cancer are needing safe and effective treatments that can help them to fight against it....
08
MAY
2019

Could Living Alone Cause Depression?

At the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvenlines a recent study suggests that people who are living alone are more likely to suffer from mental disorders. The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE and links the isolation to developing depression. In the past...
07
MAY
2019

Future Vaccine To Cure Alzheimer’s Disease?

Experimental studies at the University of Texas are showing good results for a vaccine that could possibly slow down Alzheimer’s disease. The experiments and research are published in the journal Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy. The research included animal testing...
03
MAY
2019

Losing Your Hearing

A common issue that comes with aging is losing your hearing. At some point or another this will happen to everyone whether it’s gradually or suddenly gone. People over the age of 65 are estimated to experience hearing loss and half of those people over the age of 75 will...
02
MAY
2019

Avocado Health Benefits

Avocados have many health benefits like fighting against obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. According to researchers at the Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, eating avocados everyday will help to lower a person’s risk of developing metabolic syndrome. Metabolic...
29
JUN
2018

Long-Term-Care Insurance Isn’t Dead, but Why People are Looking More Into Hybrid-Policies

Long-term-care insurance isn’t dead, according to a 2018 Wall Street Journal article, instead it is being used as an estate-planning-tool. Today Americans are more interested in hybrid policies and these policies are reshaping the U.S. insurance industry. When LTC insurance...
13
FEB
2015

Why You May Not Be Able to Buy Long Term Care Insurance

It was Spring of 1999 and I was a rookie Long Term Care Insurance agent for one of the major companies.  We worked for an aggressive agency here in Atlanta that really pushed hard to get marginal cases approved.  That Spring, I along with my class of agents were of course hungry...
18
JAN
2013

Mutual of Omaha Long Term Care Insurance

Mutual of Omaha began selling Long Term Care Insurance in 1987 and continue to this day.  Their flag-ship product is called Mutual Care Plus which offers various of levels of protection.  We work with Mutual of Omaha and offer their product in all approved states. If you would...
04
JAN
2013
Retired Couple on Beach Long Term Care Insurance

Retirement Long Term Care Insurance

A Retirement Long Term Care Insurance policy, what to know. The city of San Diego is a microcosm for the impending tide of financial insecurity that, in some cases, could be ruinous to older Americans both there and across the country.  The Retirement Long Term Care Insurance...
04
JAN
2013
Time to Retire - Clock and Consider Long Term Care Insurance

New Options in Long Term Care Insurance Policies

If you or your spouse haven’t already taken the important step of purchasing a Long Term Care Insurance policy to prepare for your future, long-term care needs, then there’s never been a better time to buy.  Prices are continuing to rise so it’s best to lock-in the best deal you...
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