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(NAPSA)—If you’re concerned about the cost of an eye exam, you should know that the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s EyeCare America program provides eye care through volunteer … more

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(NAPSA)—High-quality supplements and vitamins, herbs and homeopathy, and sports nutrition products from iHerb, a leading wellness destination for over two decades, can be trusted partners in … more

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(NAPSA)—A good health reset can happen any time of the year. It simply takes a commitment to making small, sustainable changes that add up to impactful, healthy habits, advises Dr. Samara … more

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(NAPSA)—“We come from all backgrounds and life experiences, but we’re all part of this extraordinary fire service family,” said Steve Hirsch, chair of the National Volunteer … more
Insurance Matters

What To Do If You Lose Your Health Insurance

(NAPSI)—Losing your health insurance can be stressful and confusing as you explore the options for new coverage. To recover, it is important to understand all your options, their costs and … more
News Of Jobs

A Ticket To Work: Designed Just For You

(NAPSI)—As you may have discovered, looking for work is not a one-size-fits-all journey. That’s why the Ticket to Work (Ticket) program, Social Security’s national … more
Education News & Notes

Facts On Fixing The Public Education System

(NAPSI)—Some parents will stop at nothing to provide the best opportunities for their children—as the recent college admissions scandal shows. Given that many of the parents involved are … more
News For Older Americans

Good Ideas On Aging Well

(NAPSI)—May is Older Americans Month! Staying connected to the community is a key ingredient to healthy and successful aging. But for many older adults, staying connected can be difficult. … more

Show Mom You Care: Have A Conversation About Long Term Care Insurance

(NAPSI)—This year, as you look back at the many years your mother cared for you, consider the possibility that she may require care herself someday. Long term care insurance can help ensure … more

Support For People With Disabilities On The Journey To Work

(NAPSI)—About 40.7 million Americans have some kind of disability, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. If you or someone you care about has a disability, you may wonder what it means for … more
Word From Washington

Building A Medicaid Bipartisan Bridge

(NAPSI)—With the nation increasingly politically divided, two United States senators are reaching across the aisle to work on a growing problem facing Medicaid: truth in rebates. The … more
Planning For Retirement

An IRS Incentive To Save For Retirement

(NAPSI)—Tips for claiming the Saver’s Credit: 1. Check Your Eligibility Depending on your filing status and income level, you may qualify for a nonrefundable credit of up to $1,000 (or … more
Education News And Notes

Join The School Choice Celebration

(NAPSI)—Across the country, millions of students, teachers, parents and community leaders are gathering at more than 40,000 events and activities to celebrate National School Choice Week, … more
Consumer Corner

Major Changes Headed To A Product Label Near You

(NAPSI)—If you're like 90 percent of shoppers, you consult the Nutrition Facts panel on food packages before you buy. To make it easier to make informed food choices, the U.S. Food and Drug … more

Long-Distance Caregiving

(NAPSI)—Chances are, at some point you will be a caregiver to a friend or family member. Providing care and support can be challenging in any circumstance, but caring for a loved one who lives … more
Health And Well-Being

It’s Never Too Late To Achieve A Healthy Weight

(NAPSI)—People often think of the New Year as a time to set new goals for healthy eating and physical activity. But weight management requires ongoing effort, during the holidays and every day. … more
Word From Washington

Congressional Briefing Supports Humane Farming

(NAPSI)—America has been blessed with a bountiful supply of safe, abundant and affordable food. To make sure that food is also humanely raised, a diverse delegation convened a congressional … more

Veterans News And Notes

Education News & Notes

Study Shows School Vouchers Actually Save Money

(NAPSI)—There could be good news for taxpayers—especially those who are also parents of school-age kids. Since the creation of the first school voucher program in 1990, 42 analyses have … more
Community Concerns

Helping Minnesota’s Farms, Food And Future

(NAPSI)—Minnesota could soon be well on its way to becoming a leading state in agriculture and a greater competitor in the global food economy. Minnesota is already an impactful food and ag … more
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