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Here’s what HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Mike Felice says is happening with Medicare, right now

Fear of change, information overload and complacency are just some of the reasons people on Medicare stay put in their plans when the annual enrollment period comes around. “It can be difficult to know what to do,” says Mike Felice, a licensed insurance agent with HealthMarkets Insurance Agency. “Many people do nothing, and miss out on...

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Sips & Such Social House: Because not everyone wants to drink coffee in the car

Sip. Savor. Repeat. That’s what Sips & Such Social House encourages its customers to do. Bucking the trend of coffeehouse chains and many eateries that elevate the hurried pace of life by offering drive-throughs, this locally owned place is the antithesis. It beckons customers to come inside, relax and have a sip of coffee, tea or a...

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Balancing blood sugar

I recently spoke with a customer about natural options to help control her blood sugar. She had been told she had prediabetes and was understandably very concerned. Prediabetes is often considered a wake-up call, because it means if left unchanged, you are likely on the path to developing Type-2 diabetes. However, Type-2 diabetes is...

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Here’s what Carl Lishing of HealthMarkets Insurance Agency says is happening with Medicare, right now

Fear of change, information overload and complacency are just some of the reasons people on Medicare stay put in their plans when the annual enrollment period comes around. “It can be difficult to know what to do,” says Carl Lishing, a licensed insurance agent with HealthMarkets Insurance Agency. “Many people do nothing, and miss out...

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Symphony at Olmsted Falls' In the Moment program is a team approach to care delivery

When her job called her to be out of town for several weeks this past June, Nancy M. of Columbia Station was faced with a difficult situation. Her 90-year-old mother Milly suffers from dementia, and although she was fine living with Nancy and her husband, she could not be left alone. So Nancy started calling around to places looking for...

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