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While lowering your blood pressure has been known to have positive effects on heart health, a more recent study may have uncovered its positive effects on brain health, as well. A clinical study, called SPRINT MIND, was conducted on more than 9,000 individuals over the age of 50 and found that lowering your blood pressure (to a consistent systolic pressure

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One of the many benefits we provide our clients is access to our comprehensive catalog of health care plans. This catalog contains the most popular retirement health plans. What Exactly Does “Access to Health Care Plans” Mean? When you first become a client, our team helps you compare and select a health plan that works for you. We offer a variety

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The RetireMEDiQ Program guides you through the transition to Medicare coverage upon retirement. Our goal is to keep you informed and provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to make important decisions that affect your health plan coverage. Our program delivers five pillars of service—all at no cost to you! Our team of advisors and professionals are here

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RetireMEDiQ strives to keep individuals informed about the latest Medicare news. Each month, we recap the top information you need to know about recent developments in the Medicare industry. Explore Potential New Supplemental Benefits Included on Your Medicare Advantage Plan Almost half of Medicare Advantage plans added new supplemental benefits for the 2019 plan year. The benefits, such as assistive

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2018 was an exciting year for our company, our partners and our clients. We want to thank all of you who have had a part in helping us achieve many of our goals this year. In our 2018 client survey, 92 percent of our clients said they would recommend us to a loved one! This is a wonderful testament to

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RetireMEDiQ strives to keep individuals informed about the latest Medicare news. Each month, we recap the top information you need to know about recent developments in the Medicare industry. This month, we will cover AEP, wellness visits, preventive services, new Medicare cards and more! Last Chance! Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period Ends December 7 The Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) began on

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We all miss the sunshine this time of the year, but try not to let the winter forecast dampen your spirits! If you love to garden or simply enjoy taking in beautiful scenery, peruse our list of must-see gardens to cheer you up as you dream of warmer weather and plan your next travel adventure! Desert Botanical Garden – Phoenix,

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For those of us who are grandparents, the holidays may mean getting to enjoy more time with the grandkids because of family gatherings and winter break from school. With winter break and having as much energy as kids do, we know those busy little hands would love to participate in some fun holiday activities! Spend quality time with your grandkids this season

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With 2019 underway, you may have decided to take steps to remain or become healthy. Incorporating healthy habits into your life allows you to continue to take part in the activities that matter most to you, such as playing with your grandchildren. Participating in group fitness classes with friends or going to your local gym can make physical activity, including

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Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period, which lasts through December 7, is currently in full swing. Below we have shared three common mistakes to avoid during this season and we encourage you to keep in them in mind! 1. Not Reviewing Your Annual Notice of Change Your Annual Notice of Change or ANOC is a document that provides details about the benefits included