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Children with epilepsy can be approved for disability benefits
Posted July 30, 2012

Children who suffer from epilepsy, or an illness that causes two or more seizures by reversible causes, according to the Epilepsy Therapy Project, may have disability qualifying conditions from the Social Security Administration. This means their families could get money that is well needed for medical bills, therapy and more.

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Veterans need to avoid benefit scams
Posted July 25, 2012

Although veterans are serving our country and giving their lives to help protect the United States, it seems as though not everyone truly appreciates what these men and women do for the country. WLS reports that a California-based comapny used the website GIBill.com to steer military members to use their veterans benefits for for-profit schools.

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Carpal tunnel can net disability benefits
Posted July 16, 2012

Although many may not think their carpal tunnel syndrome could help them get money from the Social Security Administration once they are unable to work, this is not the case. Disability qualifying conditions can include carpal tunnel syndrome and those that cannot work due to their injury should seek disability payments today.

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People of all ethnicities need to keep eye on mental health
Posted July 12, 2012

In the area of mental health, there are many Social Security disability qualifying conditions that people suffer from. With July being the National Alliance on Mental Illness sponsored National Minority Health Awareness Month, people of all ethnicities who suffer from a mental illness themselves or have family members that do should apply for Social Security benefits and seek help today.

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