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AARP launches money-saving prescription drug resource
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 16 July 2009 14:34

By the end of this summer, more than one million older Americans will have fallen into the “doughnut hole”—a coverage gap in Medicare’s prescription drug program that leaves individuals on the hook for all of their own drug costs while still paying premiums. AARP is launching a new online resource to help older Americans avoid this dreaded coverage gap.

The AARP Doughnut Hole Calculator, available at www.aarp.org/doughnuthole, guides visitors through their prescription drug options using localized information about their plans and prescriptions to determine if or when they will fall into the coverage gap. In about 15 minutes, visitors can view a graph of their out-of-pocket spending by month, look up lower cost drugs for their conditions, create a Personal Medication Record and print out personalized letters to their doctors to help start a conversation about safely switching prescriptions.

 
PrimeTimes Briefs
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 16 July 2009 14:32

Hearing health seminar planned
Portage Valley Hearing will present an educational seminar and luncheon about hearing loss and hearing healthcare July 28 at 11 a.m. at Riverview Banquet Center (American Legion Hall), 405 E. Front St., Pemberville.

The seminar will be presented by Rebecca Krukemyer, doctor of audiology, and audiologist Paula Phillips. RSVP by July 23. Space is limited. Call 419-287-2201 or 1-866-804-7392 for more information. Those who can’t make it to the seminar may call for a complimentary consultation and information about upcoming seminars.

 
Aging Issues-Colorectal cancer: The quiet killer nobody wants to talk about
Written by Barbara E. Riley-Director, Ohio Department of Aging   
Thursday, 19 March 2009 13:37

It often has no symptoms. It is easily prevented if it is detected early, but it kills if not diagnosed.

It is colorectal cancer and it is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the United States and the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths, according to the American Cancer Society. The Prevent Cancer Foundation estimates that 148,810 cases were diagnosed and 49,960 Americans died from the disease in 2008.

 
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