Contrary to what a lot of people seem to believe, you do not need your doctor's consent to file for Social Security Disability benefits.
Health care is one of the most important investments that people or their governments can make. It is comforting for workers, the elderly and people with lasting disabilities that the Social Security Administration (SSA) is prepared to offer them much needed financial assistance. Many also become concerned if the likelihood of a successful claim goes down.
If you have a debilitating injury or illness that prevents you from working, then you'll want to use caution when you post on social media. A report published by the New York Times just this week chronicles how the current Presidential Administration has been secretly crafting a proposal that would require Social Security disability examiners to review recipients' social media pages to see what they've been up to.
Are you thinking about claiming Social Security in the near future? If so, you may want to think about it carefully, considering your age and the potential benefits that you could get. A new report just came out with some experts saying people often do it too early.
Arthritis is a general term used to describe over 100 different kinds of joint disorders. Over 53 million adults suffer from arthritis of some kind, and it is important to receive testing from a doctor to see if you have it. It is particularly important for older Americans to see their doctors to see if they have the condition.
Just this week, actress Selma Blair appeared at The Oscars. Many fans of hers were shocked to see her using a cane. Even more people were dumbfounded when they heard her speak during interviews in the days afterward. Many wondered if she'd had a stroke or if she'd been in some accident that hadn't heard about. It then came out that she's been privately battling Multiple Sclerosis (MS).