The recent announcement that 92 year old former First Lady Barbara Bush has elected to receive only comfort care going forward reminds us that death and dying is a universal life experience. Notice of her […]
Lucky people live long enough to experience caring for beloved aging family or friends, then living through old age. It’s a privilege most people look fondly forward to and take for granted until something happens […]
March is National Nutrition Month! Check out free government resources here for tips and tools to help you and your employees or patients enjoy the benefits of better nutrition. About Solutions Law Press, Inc.™ Solutions […]
Influenza (commonly referred to as the “flu”) continues to threaten many American families. Highly contagious, the flu can be serious or even deadly. However, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is urging Americans to get […]
As many students participate in the National School Walkout in protest that something be done following the tragic Parkland school shooting today, it’s a good time to focus on the best way to make needed […]
A physician explains that patient reporting and discussion of symptoms with their physician is a critical component of the diagnosis process.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) sent a letter to State Medicaid Directors rescinding 2016 guidance that specifically restricted states’ ability to take certain actions against […]
Trump Executive Order Promises Better Veteran Health Care
IRS warns 2018 property tax prepayments only deductible in 2017 if already assessed in 2017.
The Internal Revenue Service is acting to help health Obamacare subsidy eligible individuals living in regions where exchange insurers do not offer bronze (lowest cost) coverage. The move comes as House and Senate Conferees are […]