Long Term Care and Long Term Care Insurance

Written by John Lee

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Long term care insurance is restively new, but nowadays there are more than 100 companies offering long term care insurance coverage, which is available through groups and to individuals.

Long term care insurance policies usually cover care in state-licensed nursing homes as well as certain home care services provided by certified home health agencies. Limits and exclusions of long term care insurance differ from policy to policy. Make sure you have a good understanding of what are covered and what are not before buying a long term care insurance.

John Lee is a freelance Internet writher who has written articles for many websites. His articles on long term care can be found at Long Term Care Helper (http://www.101longtermcare.com).

Dry Skin Care

Written by Yoav Cohen

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Yoav Cohen is an author for AHAVA Dead Sea products site.

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