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Disability makes finding work much harder
Posted June 24, 2014

Those who suffer from a disability have a harder time finding work than those who do not, according to a recent Labor Department report. About 12 percent of Americans who are 16 and older have a disability, but this group only accounts for 3 percent of those who have a job in the U.S. It’s not hard to imagine why the number of applicants filing for Social Security Disability has been on the rise over the years.


Weight control could help improve symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
Posted June 16, 2014

Many people are affected by rheumatoid arthritis each year. In fact, the American College of Rheumatology said 1.3 million people in the U.S. suffer from this condition, which can lead to debilitating joint swelling, fatigue and stiffness. In many cases, symptoms can be so severe that people may not be able to work and will feel compelled to apply for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration.


More than 100,000 veterans await VA benefits
Posted June 10, 2014

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is going through some hard times right now, as their former leader Eric Shinseki recently stepped down. However, no one is going through as hard of a time as the veterans awaiting their VA benefits. According to an internal report released this week, approximately 100,000 veterans across the country are facing long waiting periods to see doctors.


Carpal tunnel syndrome may qualify for SSA disability
Posted May 21, 2014

Those who work in an office every day year in, year out may know the feeling: numbness, tingling and eventually burning in the hands and wrist that seems to get worse over time. This is likely carpal tunnel syndrome, something that impacts as many as 11 million Americans each year.