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Monday, May 21, 2007


I’ve advised taking your health insurance card and any health related info with you when you travel. It came in very handy in Texas when for the first time in my life I had an attack of trochanteric bursitis. Rather than spending hours in an emergency room, we went to an Urgent Care facility where I received excellent and prompt treatment from Dr. Daniel Akers, an emergency room specialist. His facility took my insurance plan, the pharmacy took my plan, and by the evening I was virtually without pain—and without huge out-of-pocket expenses. Include necessary cards as well as a health care proxy with you. Hope it’s all just unnecessary baggage.

If you travel with your laptop, there are two sites to consider: and to find places that offer free WiFi hookups. These sites can save you time and money.
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