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Making Sense: An Affordable Care Act Refresher & Quick Guide

Making Sense: An Affordable Care Act Refresher & Quick Guide

Before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act became Federal law in 2010, insurers could refuse to cover various health conditions, resulting in overwhelming debt to many people. Before the ACA, even employer-based health plans often denied coverage for people...
COVID-19 Financial Protection: Managing Money

COVID-19 Financial Protection: Managing Money

The COVID-19 pandemic now affects everyone in the U.S. It also is causing trouble throughout the world. The Coronavirus affects each individual, family, community, state, and nation differently, ut COVID-19 financial protection is something on everyone’s mind....
Coronavirus Creates an Epidemic of Scams

Coronavirus Creates an Epidemic of Scams

Fake cures, phony charities, fraudulent promises of early stimulus payments—authorities are flooded with complaints Danita Sienknecht was on a car ride with her husband one recent morning when a stranger called her with an outlandish offer. If she wired him $4,000...
Moving Home? Ways to Save Money, Make Money & Manage Stress

Moving Home? Ways to Save Money, Make Money & Manage Stress

Of course, our first thoughts are ways to save money when moving home. A new home will probably be the biggest purchase any of us makes, but it is no reason for spending more than necessary on the move itself. There are two way of minimizing expenses when moving...
The science behind washing your hands? Why it works?

The science behind washing your hands? Why it works?

As COVID-19 and influenza continue to spread across the country, everyone from coworkers to the CDC wants you to wash your hands. Using face masks is ineffective (and makes it harder for health care workers to buy masks), and while hand sanitizer...
The struggle and triumph of America’s first black doctors

The struggle and triumph of America’s first black doctors

Around 1906, a young boy in Atlanta was stricken with a condition that cut off the circulation in his legs. His family feared it was life-threatening. His father, an African American minister named Briny Jordan, took him to the closest doctor he could find in the...
African American history month – Black history month

African American history month – Black history month

The annual observance of Black History Month in February has its origins dating back to 1926 when the historian Carter G Woodson, author of ‘The Journal of Negro History’, announced the second week in February to be “Negro History Week”. The flame flickered until, in...
At Bon Jovi Restaurant you can pay what you can.

At Bon Jovi Restaurant you can pay what you can.

Thanks to megastar Bon Jovi now you will not go hungry if you are living near Red Bank or Toms River, New Jersey The 57-year-old rock star who gave us the renowned anthem ” Living on a Prayer” has opened his third Soul Kitchen restaurant in New Jersey...
Discovery Paves the Way for Dementia & Migraine Treatments

Discovery Paves the Way for Dementia & Migraine Treatments

Scientists from New Zealand have just made the “remarkable discovery” of the brain having its own blood pressure sensors—and they say it could pave the way towards new treatments for dementia, high blood pressure, migraines, and a dozen other conditions. For decades,...
Trae Young cancels $1 million of medical debt in Atlanta

Trae Young cancels $1 million of medical debt in Atlanta

NBA superstar Trae Young is starting off 2020 by giving back to his new city in a HUGE way … by helping cancel out more than $1 MILLION in medical debts for people in Atlanta. The 21-year-old pro teamed up with a nonprofit called RIP Medical …...