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COVID-19 Effects Could Lead to Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study that was published this past July found that there actually could be a direct link between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s disease. This study examined over 6 million electronic health records of men and women over the age of 65 in great detail. While researchers did not think that the results showed COVID-19 specifically…

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COVID-19 Winter Is Coming

Every year, we anticipate the seasonal change from fall to winter. We expect the shortening of the days, the frigid weather, the holidays that mark the turn of the calendar, and the challenges this all brings. Winter in Chicago is always a bit treacherous, but this year could be much more dangerous because of the…

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Scientists Warn Brain Damage Possible in Patients with Coronavirus

Scientists from the United Kingdom are warning that patients who suffer mild symptoms from the Coronavirus could develop brain damage. The report was published in The Guardian after 40 patients with confirmed Covid-19 symptoms were analyzed by doctors. The patients suffered from delirium, brain inflammation, stroke, and nerve damage. In a handful of cases, neurological…

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Why the ADA Doesn’t Exempt You from Wearing a Mask

Americans with a disability or associated with someone who has a disability need to be aware of a scam that is currently active during the COVID-19 crisis. The scam involves false documents that seek to provide authority from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) that people with a disability are exempt from the requirement to…

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Can I Buy Additional Business Insurance (BI) to Cover Pandemics? 

Business interruption insurance is normally designed to compensate business when hurricanes, floods, fires, and other natural disasters occur. While the COVID-19 pandemic is most certainly a disaster, there are questions about whether business losses due to the coronavirus are covered since business insurance coverage is usually an add-on to property damage coverage. For now, coverage…

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What Resources Are Available During The COVID-19 Pandemic?

The COVID-19 crisis has taken over the country and Chicago is no different. All of Illinois is under a stay-at-home order from Governor J.B. Pritzker that lasts through April 30. What does this mean for you? Essentially, you must remain home unless you need to acquire basic needs such as food, medicine, take care of…

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