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What do the legal experts at Keefe Disability Law have to say about Social Security disability claims?

By continuously studying major cases, the lawyers at Keefe Disability Law put their legal expertise to work by providing blog readers with information and keen legal opinions about social security disability claims in Boston, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Check out their blog's that cover a wide range of topics, including: common disabilities, applying for assistance, social security diability and what to do if you are denied.


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9/16/2014
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Rheumatoid Arthritis Linked to Smoking & Salt Intake

In Sept 2014, a Swedish researcher found that smoking plus high salt intake is a risk factor for rheumatoid arthritis.

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9/5/2014
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CVS Quits Tobacco: Does Quitting Work For You?

CVS quits smoking! What if I quit, too? After decades of cigarette use, what if I stop? Boston Social Security Disability Attorney talks about cessation.

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7/29/2014
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Cleveland Physician Warns of Vaccination Crisis

A physician at the Cleveland Clinic sounds the alarm over decrease in vaccinations, increase in childhood diseases, and the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria.

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7/22/2014
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Stay at Home Parenting Ranked Toughest Leadership Job

What do celebrities have to do with parenting? Celebrities such as Beyonce and Lady Gaga can be a strongly seductive influence on your children.

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7/17/2014
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3 Hours of Daily TV Watching Increases Risk of Death

Three hours a day of sedentary TV watching significantly increases your risk of death, according to a recent Spanish research study.

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7/14/2014
John L. Keefe
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Shocking Rise in Whooping Cough as Vaccinations Decline

Cleveland Clinic physician calls out parents’ refusal to vaccinate children. The CDC reports a rise in whooping cough, potentially related to a decrease in vaccinations.

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5/2/2014
John L. Keefe
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Common Mistakes in Applying for SSDI in New Hampshire

Applying for SSDI in New Hampshire? You’ll want to avoid these common mistakes that could end up in a denial of your application.

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3/27/2014
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New Smart Phone App Measures Blood Oxygen Levels

Currently in development, this $40 app provides low-cost blood oxygen testing levels, allowing home testing for those with COPD and asthma.

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3/20/2014
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Five More Chronic Diseases Pose Hazards for Drivers

Health conditions can diminish your driving skills and increase the chances of a motor vehicle accident. Here are 5 examples and my recommendations to keep you safe

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3/17/2014
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5 More Medical Treatment Breakthroughs Discovered in The 1990’s

Ever wonder how long a medical treatment has been around? For instance, when did they start using vaccines for Hepatitis “C”? Read on to find out!

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3/13/2014
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Chronic Diseases Pose Hazards for Drivers

Hearing loss, carpel tunnel syndrome, diabetes, and other chronic diseases pose challenges for drivers . Before you get behind the wheel, here are some accommodations you need to make.

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3/9/2014
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5 Medical Treatment Breakthroughs From The 1980s

Ever wonder how long a medical treatment has been around? For instance, when did they start using MRI’s to diagnose illness? What about laser cataract surgery? What about statins to lower your cholesterol?

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2/27/2014
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Surgeon General Links Smoking to 10 Year Early Death

A January 2014 Surgeon General report has new insights on premature death from tobacco use: ten years of life lost from the many diseases caused by smoking.

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2/26/2014
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Public Exposures to Measles in Framingham and Wellesley, Massachusetts

Two confirmed cases of measles this week in Massachusetts, with public exposures to the virus in Framingham at Trader Joe's, Bose Corporation headquarters, Samba Steak and Sushi restaurant, and in Wellesley at the Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates.

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2/8/2014
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Food Babe Attack on Subway Bread is Misleading

Subway bread contains food additive E927. A February 2014 internet petition gained 50,000 signatures to remove it. Subway agrees to remove additive; however, petition claims are misleading.

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2/6/2014
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1980’s Massachusetts Anti-Smoking TV AD Campaign worked like a charm.

US Food and Drug Administration announces new $115 million anti-smoking campaign. The 1980's Massachusetts $70 million anti-smoking TV Ad campaign featured graphic images led to a big decline in smoking.

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2/1/2014
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Report Shows “Treat or Eat” Dilemma in Chronically Ill

Jan '14 study shows as many as 1/3 of chronically ill face dilemma: medicate or eat. Food insecurity or medication underuse, Boston SSDI attorney may be able to help.

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1/23/2014
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Does Eating Fish Reduce Risk of Death in 15 Years?

Go eat fish! (Or fish supplements?) All cause mortality study shows fish eating (PUFA) increases life expectancy in older adults up to two years over 15 years?

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1/21/2014
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For more information on diabetes or macular generation, keep smoking.

For more information about diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, macular generation or erectile dysfunction, keep smoking.

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10/24/2012
John L. Keefe
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Baby Boomers Beware: A Hepatitis C Blood Test Could Save Your Life

A recent CDC announcement recommends hepatitis C blood testing for all baby boomers. Your Boston SSA disability specialist has the story.

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8/20/2012
John L. Keefe
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Questions About the New England SSA Disability Ticket to Work Program

Some New England SSA disability beneficiaries consider trying work. A Massachusetts disability specialist answers questions about the Ticket to Work program.

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4/19/2012
Alison Rodin
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Can a Lawyer Help with Your Social Security Disability Claim?

Get help with your New England SSA disability claim. When you need help applying for or appealing an SSA disability decision, a lawyer can guide you.

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3/12/2012
John L. Keefe
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Treating a New England Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injuries must be treated quickly and carefully. New England disability law specialists explain the steps to successful treatment.

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10/9/2011
Alison Rodin
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Asthma Is Covered by Massachusetts Social Security Disability

Is your asthma keeping you away from your Massachusetts job? Keefe Disability Law can help you determine if you need to apply for benefits.

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10/7/2011
Alison Rodin
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How Do You Qualify for Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorder Disability?

Our team at Keefe Disability Law will make your needs our priority and give you the best representation in the state of Massachusetts.

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