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Through Medicaid expansion, a large group of adults who would not have qualified for Medicaid in the past are now eligible for free health coverage.

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With new year, Medicaid takes on a broader health-care role

With new year, Medicaid takes on a broader health-care role - The Washington Post

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10 Resources Every Senior Should Know About

There are plenty of organizations that provide free or low-cost help with meals, transportation, housing, finances, and more.

Could you be on the fast track to Alzheimer’s — or another brain disease such as Parkinson’s, memory loss, or dementia? Brain degenerative diseases that used to be seen in the 70 to 80 age group are now showing up in 50 to 60-year-olds — and sometimes as early as the 30’s and 40’s. And …