1. Your New York Medicaid Planning Service Offers Hiking Tips

    Hiking is an excellent way to get some exercise and studies show if offers a multitude of physical and mental benefits. From preventing osteoporosis to reducing anxiety, hiking delivers benefits that improve your quality of life. In addition, hiking is both fun and scenic. Unlike walking on a paved …Read More

  2. Your Medicaid Trusts Company Offers These Food Dish Ideas

    There are entire websites dedicated to fast and easy dishes and meals. With many of our lives crammed with work, errands and other obligations, we are blessed to find a great pasta recipe that can be prepared in under 20 minutes. You were once a part of the quick meal group. Each morning before work…Read More

  3. Your Medicaid Planning Service Offers Volunteer Opportunities

    As a recent retiree, you have a little extra time on your hands and have been thinking about becoming a volunteer. Good for you! New York could always use more do-gooders who want to lend a helping hand. And whether you want to help out at an animal shelter, help with environmental issues or work wi…Read More

  4. Gardening Tips From Your New York Medicaid Planning Service

      If you are recently retired, this might be the first year you have a true garden. Sure, you may have planted a garden or two in the past, you may even have harvested a few tomatoes and cucumbers for your efforts. But this year, you have plenty of time on your hands and plan on planting and mainta…Read More

  5. Your New York Medicaid Planning Company Loves Playoff Hockey

    In our last post, we gave you plenty of reasons why we thought that baseball was the best sport ever. And while we still feel that way, there is a lot to be said about hockey, especially playoff hockey. Hockey is a popular sport enjoyed by New York residents and fans around the world. It is a fast-p…Read More

  6. Your New York Medicaid Services Company Thinks Baseball is King

    Like many New Yorkers, you probably feel like there are four major sports: baseball, football, basketball and hockey. We don't consider soccer a major sport because most people don't care about soccer. And if you are like most New York residents, you probably follow the Giants, Jets, Yankees, Mets, …Read More