Open Season Roulette

Source: Healthy Aging Show It's perfectly fitting this week that I find myself with a whopper of a cold. The start of Open Season (sometimes called Open Enrollment) has begun for many Americans. This is the time when one needs to review his/her health insurance for the following year and make changes if needed. For …

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Autumn Changes

Ah, yes, fall. Sweaters at the ready, school busses on the roads, pigs flying¹, and an early frost is on the pumpkin. Okay, the pumpkin part is merely poetic license. It's 75 degrees outside right now as I sit here typing. Still, it's fall here in Florida. The leaves on some of the trees have …

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I’d Never Steer You Wrong

The problem with giving advice is that you sort of have to know what you're talking about in order to make a difference in someone else's life. It's not a hard and fast rule, though. Many people fake it. They express a noticeable sense of self-confidence and put up strong airs about their superior knowledge. We call such people blowhards, …

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Do You Have That in Something Other Than Blue?

It's that time of year when many of us are offered an opportunity to review or maybe change health insurance plans. Many people do nothing, opting to stay under a coverage in which they are either satisfied or feel it's the devil that they at least know. Others switch providers to escape a policy with terrible coverage, or perhaps because their current plan will no …

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