National Nurses Day: Five Nurses Who Have Impacted the Frontline Heroes of Today
Celebrating National Nurses Day this year has special significance, after the amazing contributions and sacrifices of nurses across the country during an unprecedented time. National Nurses Day is at the end of National Nurses Week, which begins each year on May 6 and goes through…Read more
Is It Safe to Board Cruise Ships Again? Your Questions About Post-Pandemic Cruising Answered
fter headlines were made by COVID-19 outbreaks onboard cruises at the start of the pandemic, the cruise industry has been reeling. Now in the spring of 2021, with vaccination rates steadily increasing, many are wondering, “Is it safe to cruise now?” “When will cruises open back up?”Read more
Spring Walking Workout: Tips for Beginning an Outdoor Walking Practice for Health
This spring, getting out of the house for some new experiences has taken on a whole new meaning in many of our lives. As the weather warms up and more places are open, the spring walking workout can be a perfect opportunity to start up a walking practice for health and wellness.Read more
What Medicare Covers for COVID-19: A Guide to the Types of Coverage Medicare Enrollees Can Access
When it comes to what Medicare covers for COVID-19, it can be helpful to see all your options laid out. Original Medicare is designed to cover basic aspects of care in hospitals and clinics, which means if you get sick with COVID-19 and have to go to the hospital it will be covered the same way as any other visit.Read more
Medicare Travel Coverage: What Are Your Options For Starting to Travel Again?
Travel, both domestic and international, is high on the list for many people of activities they’d love to return to soon. When it comes to Medicare travel coverage options, individual Medicare plans may or may not cover your new adventures this 2021.Read more
Mask Guidelines: The CDC’s New Recommendations for People Who Have Been Vaccinated
The CDC announced that there are new rules regarding mask-wearing for people who have been vaccinated. In general, it is now considered permissible to be in outdoor spaces without a mask if you have been vaccinated. However, the new rules are fairly complicated with quite a few stipulations.Read more
After Vaccination, Can I Go Back to Normal? Questions You Might Have About Life After Your Shots
While the state of things is changing rapidly as time goes on, it’s definitely becoming safer to go back out than it has been this past year. Slowly, things are in process to getting back to normal life. But this brings up a lot of questions.Read more
Virtual Appointments: Medicare Frequently Asked Questions
Medicare covers many types of virtual appointments and telehealth services under Medicare Part B. Many types of services are available virtually. You must directly ask your physician about virtual check-ins to set these up.Read more
J&J Vaccine Pause: What You Need to Know and What To Do Now
After the J&J vaccine pause, many people understandably have questions about the safety of the one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The J&J vaccine pause went into effect April 13, 2021 and it’s unclear how long it will remain unauthorized for public use.Read more
MediGap Enrollment: How Do I Enroll in MediGap?
The best time to enroll in MediGap — especially for people with pre-existing health conditions — is during the open enrollment period that begins six months after the date that Medicare Part B becomes effective if you are 65 years old. After this period ends, there is no guarantee you will be eligible for a MediGap plan. Many people, however, can still qualify.Read more
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