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April 2016

Traveling with a Disability

By April 28, 2016 1115 Views No comments

After a long winter, millions with physical disabilities or long-term illnesses are eager to get out of town -- or the country. With just a little planning, bringing along an oxygen therapy device, special medicine or mobility aid is a breeze. Planning will also make your trip that much more enjoyable because you will have the same wellness and mobility that you do at home.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 06/15/2019

Tranquility EliteCare Briefs Review

Hello, we are here today to test the outrageous claims of Tranquility about their new EliteCare briefs. These briefs are being marketed as the "All Day – All Night – All Solutions Brief!". Tranquility claims that these highly absorbent briefs can take up to 44 ounces of liquid. That's right, 1.375 quarts, 1.3 liters, or 5.5 cups of fluid! That my friends, is a lot of liquid! We put them to the test. Find out our results.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 05/26/2019

Medical Expense Deductions

By April 5, 2016 4711 Views No comments

The IRS claims that there is nearly a billion dollars in unclaimed tax refunds. Some health conditions and injuries can take their toll on your bank account. Hopefully that brought you to the edge of your seat so let's get into it. You may be able to get a larger tax refund if you have medical expenses adding up to more than 10% of your adjusted gross income (AGI). The expenses in excess of 10% are tax deductible. Here is a list of tax deductible medical expenses.

Medically Edited and Reviewed by: Dr. Erin Zinkhan MD, BSBE

Updated: 05/13/2019