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Looking for a Christmas movie to stream with your teenager — that they won’t roll their eyes at? This PG-13 movie based on the book by John Gr…

Why Is Medicare So Complicated? By the government's last count in 2021, 64 million adults were enrolled in Medicare. But that doesn't mean it'…

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WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Millions of seniors who had to pay high increases in Medicare premiums this year will get a break in 2023 when they see a rare drop in monthly premiums for Medicare Part B. The rate decrease is 3 percent, which will reduce what most people pay for a variety of outpatient care by $5.20 -- to $164.90 a month.

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