Medicare: Frequently Asked Questions
Medicare covers nonprescription drugs only under limited circumstances. Learn the Medicare rules about coverage of over-the-counter drugs.
What to expect from home health care. Home health care agencies provide in-home skilled nursing and other home health care services, such as physical and occupational therapy.
What to Expect from Homecare
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