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Generic vs. Brand Name Drugs

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Choosing generic drugs over the brand name is generally less expensive. However, many people question whether generic drugs are as good, effective or safe as their brand name counterparts. The perception is that since many generic items found in grocery stores tend to be of lesser quality, the same must …

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11 Steps to Protect Your Business from Cyber Crime

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Cyber criminals, for the purposes of extortion, can threaten to shut down computer systems or erase data, infect a company with a virus, publish private information or personally identifiable information on customers or employees, institute a denial-of-service attack or take over social media. There are numerous examples of these attacks …

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MEC as an Alternative to Group Medical Insurance

MEC as an Alternative to Group Medical Insurance

When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, AKA Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in 2010 by then President Obama, both employers and employees were required to comply with the act. By the time the act came into effect in 2014, most individuals were required to have Minimum Essential Coverage. The …

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What is Short Term Health Insurance?

What is Short Term Health Insurance?

Health insurance is a topic that seems to be on everyone’s mind lately. With changes either happening now or in the near future, many Americans are doing what they can to get the facts about their current coverage and any alternative health care coverage options available to them. One option …

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Top Reasons Seniors Go to the Emergency Room

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Seniors go to hospital emergency departments (ED) more than other age groups and about one-quarter of all seniors end up in the emergency room (ER) at least once. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a survey found that adults over 65 made a total of 19.6 …

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