From a young age, we are told that eating well helps us look good and feel our best physically. What is not often talked about is that good nutrition significantly affects our mental health as well. In fact, a healthy, well-balanced diet can help people think clearly and feel more alert throughout their day. A […]
Affordable Care Act
A large portion of the American population lives without health coverage. There are many reasons why this is the case. Some employers simply do not offer health insurance. Other individuals may be part-time or recently unemployed. Still others cannot afford a marketplace policy on their own. For the people who simply cannot afford to pay
Maintaining good dental health and hygiene requires regular check-ups and professional care. Unfortunately, college students live on notoriously tight budgets, making expenses like dental insurance difficult. If you’re a college student living on a tight budget, it might seem impossible to pay for dental insurance right now.
According to the National Eye Institute, more than 150 million Americans wear corrective eye wear. However, based on another study by Vision Service Plan, about 62 million people don’t have any type of vision coverage. Despite the large number of people who need regular eye care, it is very common for individuals to live without
Medicare was established by President Lyndon Johnson in 1965 with the goal to provide healthcare for people aged 65 and older. Since its inception, Medicare has expanded to become a significant national health insurance program featuring a variety of plan options for members. One of these plan options is called Medicare Advantage (MA) which offers
With medical premiums consistently rising, many people are looking for alternatives to traditional health insurance plans. In the past several decades, health-sharing plans have become more popular within the United States. One popular health-sharing program is Medi-Share. While Medi-Share is a relatively well-known name, if you’re like most people, you probably don’t know much about
2020 has been a year of uncertainties. Millions of Americans have gotten sick, lost their jobs, and experienced the ongoing ramifications of a global pandemic.
The saying of 2020 has quickly become “In these strange and uncertain times” – something that is rooted in a fear of not knowing what the future may hold amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Have you ever been confused by what your health insurance copayment responsibilities are when you go to your doctor’s office or pick up a prescription? It’s common to talk about your plan’s premium and deductible, but what about its copay? Have you ever wondered about a copay’s purpose? You’re not alone!
Life can often catch you off-guard. Even when we plan on changes in life like new jobs, being over 26 years old, or waiting for your Medicare coverage to start at 65, those things rarely go exactly as planned. Short-term health insurance plans are fantastic resources to help you navigate those transitions with confidence.