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SSDI cannot substitute for long-term disability insurance

Severe disability can drastically impact a person’s daily life, affecting everything from getting up in the morning and going to work to enjoying normal recreational activities. When severe injury or disability impacts an individual’s ability to work and earn money for long periods of time, their financial well-being may be compromised if they do not have adequate insurance.

Inventions that can help people with Parkinson's disease

It can begin with a slight, barely noticeable tremor. But over time, the progressive disorder of the nervous system known as Parkinson’s disease can affect the way a person walks and talks and virtually everything else they do.   

May is National Stroke Awareness Month

Twenty-five years ago, President George H.W. Bush put his pen to paper and signed a proclamation designating May as National Stroke Awareness Month. In the quarter-century since, the National Stroke Association and other groups and people have been working diligently to raise awareness of stroke.

College graduates more likely to recover from brain injuries

College graduates have some distinct advantages, such as having the potential to earn higher incomes than non-graduates over the course of their careers. New research indicates that there’s a benefit that’s less well known: college graduates have a better chance of recovering without disability from a traumatic brain injury than those who don’t receive higher education at a school such as Newark’s Rutgers University.

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