Retirement Benefits-if you live in Canada

This post was reprinted with permission from the author: “I hadn’t even heard about RDSPs until I had gotten a letter in the mail. So what does RDSP stand for? RDSP = Retirement Disability Savings Plan.  So essentially, it’s almost like an RRSP. Why is an RDSP special? Well, depending on your circumstances (for example, if your family income is below $91,831), if you contribute money to your RDSP, the Federal Government will match your contribution…by TRIPLE! Yes, $3 for every $1 that you contribute. This is called the Canada Disability Savings Grant.” Now, in addition to this, if you’re … Continue reading Retirement Benefits-if you live in Canada


Most books about the nervous system are 4 or 5 inches thick; I’ll take a shot at combining one of them with a pretty basic description of epilepsy on one page. Can it be done? Perhaps the disorder of the nervous system most often heard of is epilepsy. Simply put, epilepsy is the result of abnormal electrical activity in the brain; ELECTRICITY in the brain? Our bodies aren’t battery-operated, running on a 9-volt. But, they do need a power source, and that source is our nerves; which, in turn, generate electrical power. Once nerves generate it, this power is released … Continue reading Epilepsy