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The staff at LaVan & Neidenberg cares about the disabled and we are passionate about  the issues that affect those who are applying or waiting for Social Security Disability, Veterans' Disability Compensation, and/or Long-Term Disability Insurance benefits. We make it a point to blog about important topics such as advances in the various disability claims processes, advances in medicine, upgrades to the various disability benefits programs, and much more.

The personal injury division of our company often reports on the tri-county area's traffic accidents. The reporting of traffic accidents in no way means or implies that we represent any of the individuals involved. However, we do wish those involved a speedy recovery and we send our condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones in an automobile accident.

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4/16/2012
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Ovarian Cancer: How Height & Weight May Have an Impact

Taller and heavier women may be more likely to develop ovarian cancer. Suffering a health condition in Miami Gardens? A long-term disability representative can help.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/13/2012
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Skin Cancer in Younger Adults is Increasing

Rates of skin cancer are rising in young adults, possibly caused by the increase use of tanning beds. Have a disability in Fort Lauderdale? Seek an representative.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/12/2012
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Over 50% of Americans may be Struggling with Obesity

Based on researchers true determinates of obesity – BMI and percentage of body fat – about 60% of Americans may be obese. Disability benefits may available.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/11/2012
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Depression after Stroke: How Many Patients are not Treated for It

After a stroke, 1 in 5 patients suffer from depression but the majority of them do not receive treatment for it. Health disability benefits may be available.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/10/2012
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A Drink a Day May Increase Risk of Breast Cancer But Reduce Stroke in Women

Study shows a drink a day can increase the risk of breast cancer by 5%; however, it can also reduce the risk of stroke in women. Long-term disability may apply.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/9/2012
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Warfarin: How It May Still Be Widely Used to Reduce the Risk of Stroke

Newer drugs are available to help reduce the risk of stroke; however, Warfarin may still be the drug of choice considering it advances and inexpensiveness.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/6/2012
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Heart Disease: How Heart Images Have an Impact on Positive Results

Studies show that patients who have heart disease and see images of their heart, take their condition more seriously by taking the necessary precautions.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/5/2012
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Cancer: How Low Levels of Bad Cholesterol May be an Instigator

Research shows that the risk of cancer may be linked to low levels of bad cholesterol known as low-density lipoprotein. Long-term disability may be available.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/4/2012
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Heart Health: How Sleep May Have an Impact

You heart health may be impacted by too little and too much sleep. If you’re suffering a health disability in Miami, an representative can help you pursue benefits.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/3/2012
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How Pregnancy May Increase the Risk of Heart Attack

A new study discovered that pregnant women, compared to non-pregnant women, had about a 3 times greater risk of suffering a heart attack due to hormone changes.

Category: Long-Term Disability

4/2/2012
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Coronary Artery Disease: Survival Rates Improved with Bypass Surgery

The survival rates for coronary artery disease have shown a 21% improvement, for patients who underwent bypass surgery. Learn how disability benefits may apply.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/29/2012
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New Guidelines Indicate Women Don’t Need to Undergo Cervical Cancer Screening Annually

Medical experts find that women may wait every 5 years to have a cervical cancer screening. Have a health disability in Hallandale? Seek a advocate for benefits.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/29/2012
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Clues Found on How a Fatty Diet Increases Risk of Colon Cancer

Experts find that certain foods build more insulin, which can spur cancer cells. If you’re suffering from a health disability in Deerfield Beach, seek benefits.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/27/2012
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Prostate Cancer Screening: Beneficial or Not?

Prostate cancer screening may not be necessary, since the risks may cancel out the benefits. Suffering a health disability in Plantation? Contact an representative.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/23/2012
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Certain Type of Bacteria Possibly Linked to Type 2 Diabetes

Research finds H. pylori bacteria may elevate blood glucose levels, which could turn into type 2 diabetes. Have a health disability in Miami? A claim may apply.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/22/2012
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Where You Live Could Impact the Health of Your Heart

Your heart may be affected by where you live, based on available resources. Got a health disability in Ft. Lauderdale? A long-term disability representative can help.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/21/2012
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Lifestyle Behaviors Linked to Heart Disease and Dementia

Lifestyle behaviors related to heart disease risks may also be linked to dementia. Have a health disability in Fort Lauderdale? Pursue a claim with a advocate.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/20/2012
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Circumcision May Reduce the Risk of Prostate Cancer

The risk of prostate cancer may be reduced by 15% with circumcision. Have a health disability in Georgia? Call a long-term disability advocate to seek benefits.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/19/2012
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Rheumatoid Arthritis Linked to Increased Risk of Atrial Fibrillation

Rheumatoid arthritis has been linked to a 40% increased risk of atrial fibrillation, especially in women. Have a health disability in Atlanta? Pursue a claim.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/16/2012
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Stroke Patients Receiving Unnecessary Brain Scans

Stroke patients pay more than they should with unnecessary brain scans. If you’re suffering from a health disability in Miami-Dade, benefits may be available.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/15/2012
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Trans Fats May Raise Stroke Risk in Older Women

Study finds risk of stroke, in older women, is raised by about 40% when trans fats are consumed. Suffering a health disability in Broward County? Seek benefits.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/14/2012
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Bypass Surgery: Heart Function Improved with Mitral Valve Repair

Heart function was found to improve and return to its normal size when mitral valve was repaired in bypass surgery. In Florida with a disability? File a claim.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/13/2012
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Stroke Increases with Longer Duration of Diabetes

The longer diabetes is present in a person, the greater the risk of stroke. Has a health problem left you with a disability in Miami Gardens? Seek an representative.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/12/2012
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Considering a Colon Cancer Screening? Determining When It’s Necessary

Colon cancer screening may be necessary at as early as age 40. If a health condition has lead to your disability in Miami-Dade County, seek a benefits claim.

Category: Long-Term Disability

3/9/2012
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Weight Gain: Possible Side Effect of Prescription Medication

A few prescription medications, that treat chronic conditions, may play a role in weight gain. If your health condition has left you disabled, seek benefits.

Category: Long-Term Disability