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4A SUNDAY, AUG. 26, 2012 Health SIDNEY HERALD ELLEN WZNICK I SIDNEY HERALD Tough Enough to Wear Pink The Tough Enough to Wear Pink promotion far the Friday night rodeo at the fair raised $4,632 to support the fight against breast cancer. The fair donated $400 cash (money donated back from cowboys during the rodeo) while sponsors Blue Rock, Mitchell's Oil Field Service and Lucky Buckle donated $1,544 each. Pictured are, from left, fair manager Jamie Larson, Ron Messmer of Blue Rock, Stephanie Ler of the Richland County Health Department and Duane Mitchell of Mitchell's Oil Field Services. When you lose count of drinks, you lose control BY RICHLAND COUNTY DUI TASK FORCE Women who lose count and control increase their chances of a STD and un- wanted pregnancies. They are also at a higher risk of sexual assault. As little as two beers can cause loss of judgment and causes trouble when doing two tasks at once. Three beers can reduce coordina- Thanks to all who made my 85th such a great day. My kids, grandkids, friends and neighbors made it special. Thanks for the cards, gifts, cake and music. Nice to know you :have so many friends. Much appreciated tion and ability to track moving objects and cause difficulty in steering. Four beers can reduce the ability to control speed and difficul- ty processing information and reasoning. Seven beers cause serious difficulty con- trolling the car and focusing on driving when consumed by an average size man. Go to http://rethinking- drinking.niaaa.nih.gov for more information and calcu- lators on alcohol. The Richland/McCone County DUI Task Force members represent a diverse cross-section of our community, including concerned citizens, govern- ment officials, law enforce- ment, health professional, prevention and treatment specialist, business profes- sionals and others. The DUI Task Force is dedicated to promoting a healthier and safer environment for the residents of Richland and McCone counties by reduc- ing injuries and fatalities related to overconsumption of alcohol and impaired driving. Contact Mary Friesz, DUI Task Force coordinator at the Richland County Health Department to make a difference and for resources or information. ers Answering some of your Social Security questions Question: How can I get a Copy of my Social Security Statement? Answer: If you are age 18 or older, you may get your Social Security Statement conveniently online at any time after creating an account at www.socialse- curity.gov/mystatement. The Statement provides estimates for retirement, disability and survivors benefits, as well as a way to determine whether your earnings are accurately posted to your Social Secu- rity record. Social Security sends paper Social Security State- ments in the mail only to people age 60 and older and, beginning July 2012, to workers the year they turn 25. If this applies to you, you should receive your Statement about two to three months before your birthday. Also, you can get an instant, personalized estimate of your future retirement benefit using our online Retirement Estimator at www.socialsecurity, gov/ estimator. Question: My child, who gets Social Security, will be attending his last year of high school in the fall. He turns 19 in a few months. Do I need to fill out a form for his benefits to continue? Answer: Yes. You should receive a form, SSA-1372- BK, in the mail about three months before your son's birthday. Your son needs to complete the form and take it to his school's office for certification. Then, you need to return page two and the certified page three back to Social Security for processing. If you can't find the form we mailed to you, you can find it online at the following address www. socialsecurity.gov/schoolof- ficials/ssa1372.pdf. Question: My neighbor, who is retired, told me that the income he receives from his part-time job at the local nursery gives him an in- crease in his Social Security benefits. Is that right? Answer: Retirees who return to work after they start receiving benefits may be able to receive a higher benefit based on those earn- ings. This is because Social Security automatically re-computes the retirement benefit after crediting the additional earnings to the individual's earnings record. Question: I plan to retire soon. When are Social Secu- rity benefits paid? Answer: Social Secu- rity benefits are paid each month. Generally, new retir- ees receive their benefits on either the second, third, or fourth Wednesday of each month, depending on the day in the month the retiree was born. If you receive benefits as a spouse, your benefit payment date will be determined by your spouse's birth date. Question: I get Social Se- curity because of a disabil- ity. How often will my case be reviewed to determine if I'm still eligible? Answer: How often we re- view your medical condition depends on how severe it is and the likelihood it will improve. Your award notice tells you when you can ex- pect your first review using the following terminology: • Medical improvement expected - If your condi- tion is expected to improve within a specific time, your first review will be six to 18 months after you started get- ting disability benefits. • Medical improvement possible - If improvement in your medical condition is possible, your case will be reviewed about every three years. • Medical improvement not expected - If your medi- cal condition is unlikely to improve, your case will be reviewed about once every five to seven years. : 1 : 18 bottles:: : II Caramel Apple i : .......................................................................................  Cobs 3.75oz. i Pops 24ct. i i  Country Hearth Kid's Choice 24 oz $2.19 !i I $169 i$169 ! i Country Hearth :12;min Bread 24 oz $2 79 • '' i • : :  Village Hearth Light Muffins 6 ct. $2.39  El "- ! 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