On average, men have shorter life expectancies than women, and women are 100% more likely to go to the doctor than men. These statistics are just one aspect of concern for men’s holistic health, but this month is time for change.
Stay-at-home orders forced many women to cancel routine doctor visits and other preventive services. National Women’s Health Week is a reminder that good health extends well beyond social distancing and hand washing. It’s a time take care of your whole self.
As you may be aware, a lot has happened in the world of health insurance over the past 12 months. There has been so much confusion surrounding “repeal and replace” of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), many are wondering if individuals not qualified for a special enrollment period still need to wait...
You can never be too careful when it comes to the privacy and security of your precious data, as the recent Equifax security breach -- which affected the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, from mid-May into July, exposing names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, driver’s...
Well, there's good news and bad news. First, the good news.
Open enrollment season is upon us and the deadlines to choose a 2017 healthcare plan will be here before we know it.
Work projects, bills to be paid, and really good retail sales. What do they all have in common? Deadlines.
As Election Day approaches, both democratic and republican candidates are scrambling to gain momentum. Provisions to the U.S. Health Care system have been proposed by each campaign in hopes of attracting supporters from their opponents. Your health care plan might look very different come...
Another one bites the dust.
A leading insurance company in the U.S., UnitedHeathcare, recently announced that it will no longer be offering plans within California's insurance exchange.