Are You At Risk of Having a Fatal Brain Aneurysm?

(NewsUSA) – Sponsored News – – It should have been a day like any other for Lisa Colagrossi, a New York City journalist for WABCChannel 7. She should have reported the news and returned home to her family. Instead, on March 20, 2015, the 49-year-old mother of two, died from a ruptured brain aneurysm. Unlike […]

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Working through chronic disease

(NC) At 50 years of age, Blake Bell was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. At first, he reacted like many — experiencing denial and withdrawal. He also suffered from depression, a common symptom of the degenerative brain disease. That was a decade ago. Over the last 10 years, he has rebuilt his life living with Parkinson’s. […]

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Are you a new business owner? It’s tax time – here’s what you need to know!

When you run a business in Ontario, even a small business from your home, you must include all business income and expenses when filing your personal tax return. This includes part-time and self-generated income from renting space in your home, selling homemade goods, or providing services like home renovation and repairs, lawn care, driving or […]

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Pitfalls to Avoid When Considering a Move Into a Retirement Home

Written by Matt Del Vecchio Founder and President of Lianas Services – Retirement Home Search and Transition Support mdelvecchio@lianasservices.com 1-877-450-3365 Whether you are considering a move into a retirement home or if you are part of the “Sandwich Generation” that is concerned about the health and well being of your parents, the thought process of […]

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