Archive for August 2018

The Best Currently Available Breast Cancer Treatment Options

According to the American Cancer Society¹, the most common type of cancer that occurs in women is breast cancer – and it’s a cancer that’s on the rise. 266,120 more people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, Breastcancer.org² reports, and one out of every eight U.S. women will develop the disease at some…

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Here’s Why Memory Care Assisted Living Options are Expected to Drastically Drop in Price

If you’re considering a senior living community that provides memory care for yourself, parents, or loved ones, it’s important to know how much assisted living costs. The cost can vary greatly depending on factors like the location, accommodations, level of care required, and any additional amenities. Luckily, more senior assisted living developments are being built…

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The Best SUV Deals of Labor Day 2018

Summer may be winding down as the first days of fall approach, but there’s still one more weekend to celebrate the year’s warmest days: Labor Day weekend. And for those in the market for a new SUV, there’s no better time than summer’s last holiday. This holiday weekend, SUV prices are dropping and deals are…

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How to Get Compensation for Asbestos Exposure

Mesothelioma is an aggressive type of cancer that affects organ tissue, and it’s increasingly common: according to the American Cancer Society¹, about 3,000 people are diagnosed with mesothelioma each year. However, it can take as long as 50 years for mesothelioma to appear. This means many people don’t know they have mesothelioma, living undiagnosed and…

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Everything You Need to Know About Trailer Rentals

If you’re planning to move, you aren’t alone — over 11 percent of the U.S. population, the U.S. Census Bureau¹ reports, move every year. Roughly 35.5 million people moved in 2016 alone, and those millions of people all had to find a way to pack and haul their belongings. Preparing to move is a real…

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Here’s Why Business Owners Should Invest in Security Systems

If you’re a small business owner, your business is facing a huge danger in the form of shoplifters and burglars. According to Safewise¹, small businesses lose $25,000 to $33,000 every minute thanks to the prevalence of shoplifters. And businesses are burglarized far more often than homes. West Bend² reports that businesses are robbed every 10…

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The Best Credit Monitoring Services of 2018

Regularly monitoring your credit might seem like a tedious task, but it’s incredibly important. In 2017, a study conducted by Javelin Strategy and Research¹ found that identity theft affected 16.7 million people in the United States. And you could become one of those millions of people in just a few seconds. When identity theft happens,…

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Diabetes – Things and Tips You Should Know

Type 2 diabetes is currently one of the most common ailments affecting individuals around the world. In 2017, the CDC1 reported that over 100 million Americans are living with diabetes, while over 84 million more people are expected to see their prediabetes turn into type 2 diabetes within the next 5 years. Though the numbers…

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Why Non-Emergency Medical Transportation May Be Necessary

If you or a loved one suffer from an injury or life-altering illness, it can be difficult and costly to arrange transportation for important doctor’s appointments, scheduled surgeries, or procedures. In these situations, non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) is necessary. An affordable and effective solution for anyone who needs to get to a doctor’s office, hospital,…

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