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The Greatest Gift of All

By Terry Hoskins, Director of Oasis Counsel – So what is Christmas about anyway daddy? My 2 &1/2 year old son, Luke, is now almost old enough to ask such questions. He is beginning to understand that Christmas has something to do with getting gifts. He gets excited when we talk about Christmas and he connects Christmas to the idea …

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Important Year End Tax Planning Strategies for 2012

By Kevin Carmichael, MS, JD, LLM, CPA – We are less than 90 days from the end of 2012 and that means it’s time to focus on year-end tax strategies. This year is the most challenging we have faced in several years because of the so-called “Fiscal Cliff.” The Fiscal Cliff is loosely defined as the aggregate economic effects resulting …

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In 2008, Congress named November “Long-Term Care Awareness” Month –here’s a product refresher for education

By Rosemarie Hurley, Long-Term Care Insurance Specialist  – There are many companies offering Long-Term Care policies.  Although they all have a few options that can set them apart, or the most part, they all have the same policy “skeleton”. There are two parts to that “skeleton”–one is automatic, built –in benefits, and the other is based on your personal and …

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Medical Breakthrough Is Changing Lives

After helping hundreds of area herniated disc sufferers eliminate their pain, local healthcare center explains “Medical Breakthrough Is Changing Lives of Those Suffering From Back Pain…Without Drugs or Surgery!” And The Best Part Is It’s Covered By Most Insurance Including Medicare! There are precious few medical breakthroughs so amazing that they very literally change the established course of an entire …

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Concept 10 10 Personal & Private Training Great for Your Cardiovascular Health

By Jorgen Albrechtsen – Virtually every study undertaken to assess the cardiovascular effects of proper strength training has concluded that they at least equal the effects of more conventional approaches such as running or other steady-state activity. This makes sense, as your aerobic system is operational 24-7, not just when you take part in a weekly aerobics class or go …

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Be The CEO of Your Home

When you search for the right home cleaning service, it’s easy to get caught up in service details: What’s the best frequency? What rooms will and won’t be cleaned? Which parts of rooms will be cleaned? Who will be in my home? Will it always be the same person? When will it happen? What’s the price? But, when you consider …

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Benefits of Home Health Care

By Home HealthCare Professionals of Naples – It has been proven that home health care is good medicine and that’s why Home Health Care Professional of Naples is committed to providing high quality, consistent and compassionate personal and health care services in the home. Being with family and friends in familiar surroundings has a positive effect on patients recovering from …

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Learning New Skills Ensures A Healthy Brain As We Age

By Kathleen Blanchard G+ The article is originally published at EmaxHealth.com Learning new skills can keep dementia and Alzheimer’s disease at bay. Even though Alzheimer’s disease has genetic components, experts say other lifestyle choices are also important to stay mentally sharp, beyond exercise and healthy eating. Social interaction and learning new activities are just as important as eating right and …

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WIT, WISDOM, WRINKLES… AND WOWS!

By Dr. Rich Bimler, Lutheran Life Communities – I encourage you to sign up today for the “4 W’s Club”! It is a great way to celebrate life as we age joyfully in the Lord! Membership is free! All you need to do is continue to see aging as a gift to be shared and enjoyed with others. All of …

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Diabetes and Your FEET

By Myles Rubin Samotin, MD – Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon, Fellowship Trained in Foot and Ankle – The number of people suffering from diabetes has grown exponentially over the past few decades. Some of you have first-hand experience or have a relative who uses insulin daily requiring numerous blood draws to try and maintain normal blood sugar levels. But to …

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