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Medicare Made Clear
Simple answers to your hard questions about Medicare.
Simple answers to your hard questions about Medicare.

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Reduce your stress and boost your confidence by helping others. Take a look at some of these great ideas for contributing in your community. Where would you like to volunteer?

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Does your drug plan have a tiered formulary? Learn more about what that means for you.

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Moving out of your Medicare Advantage plan’s or Part D plan’s service area? Learn how to find a new plan and how long you have to enroll.

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Dining out is a great way to break the daily routine every now and then, but it's also an easy way to break a good diet. Here's how you can enjoy dining out without the extra calories:

Which of the following are eligibility requirements for Medicare?

A) Age 65 or older
B) Under 65 with a qualifying disability
C) U.S. citizen
D) Legal resident living in the U.S. for at least 5 years in a row
E) All of the above

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Want to do your best to protect your health as you age? Your first step should be making an appointment for your annual wellness visit with your doctor, to make a wellness plan that includes disease prevention. Learn more about keeping yourself as healthy as possible at #Medicare Made Clear.

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High blood pressure typically has no symptoms, but that doesn't make it less dangerous. Start with these simple steps to take control of your blood pressure:
- Limit sodium intake
- Exercise regularly
- Don't smoke
- Manage stress

Learn more about the risks of high blood pressure here:

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#Medicare now pays 80% of the cost for mental #health care, up from a limit of 62.5% before 2010. Learn more about Medicare’s coverage for mental health.

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Are you helping your loved one choose a Medicare plan? Here's what you need to know.

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Carrying extra weight can be hard on your joints and bones. It can also put you at greater risk for heart disease. If you’re overweight, work with your doctor to make a plan to lose weight safely. Find out more at #Medicare Made Clear.

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