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My spouse is a retired health care professional, and I volunteered for many years in a nursing home. As an elderly character myself, I can now take on the role of a spokesperson for my peers on suggesting care tips.

Ask them about house doctors (do they have a doctor that comes to the facility to see clients), and are home health care services agencies allowed in the building? and if so, do they require that you use theirs or if you can pick your own. I will explain why this important later.

Part of every purchase – no matter what you buy, from an electronic gadget to clothes, school supplies, a car or bike, or food, health care costs are hidden in the purchase price. Why? For one thing, the seller has to pay taxes too, and part of its taxes goes for health care programs. Second, the seller is likely providing health care insurance to its employees, with a hefty tab skyrocketing year after year. The seller needs to cover those costs somehow, and you’ve been nominated.

Shaggy and Scooby attended the Calfry as HAAM volunteers. They roamed the festival, posed for pictures and collected donations for HAAM. They learned about the Calfry on facebook, where a “mostly vegetarian” friend posted that she would eat a calf fry if she could raise at least $50 for the cause. Shaggy and Scooby met her calf fry eating challenge. Together the trio raised over $200. Shaggy and Scooby ate calf fries for the first time and the occasion was recorded on video.

Along with looking at the costs, you should also check what health care services you will get for your money. It is essential for you to have an idea of what is included in the plan and what is not. Check the level of coverage you get as well. For instance, you have to have an idea of which medical tests are included in the policy and which ones you will have to pay for out of your pocket.

Every day, 3,000 Americans suffer from heart attacks, and more than 1,200 of them die. In fact, heart disease is the number one killer in the US for men AND women. Heart disease is America’s number one killer, taking as many lives as almost everything else combined.

At the moment I fear the plan might also be stacked against children with chronic conditions, anyone who has special health care needs, and those seeking life-saving transplants. I don’t know about you, but I won’t willing accept capricious decisions that would put any American in danger; not now, NOT EVER!