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5 Tips To Better Understand Your Health Insurance

Health insurance is confusing, but not understanding your coverage could leave you with unexpected medical bills. Although consumers have access to more information than ever, knowing the best sources for accurate advice can minimize misunderstanding and empower you to make the best decisions regarding your health care. Deductibles, copayments and Read more

Health Net Shares Ways To Maximize Nutrition, Minimize Costs

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)– March is National Nutrition Month[1], and Health Net, Inc[2]. is sharing tips designed to help consumers serve up nutritious meals while simultaneously stretching their dollars. The goal of National Nutrition Month is to help increase awareness about the importance of making informed food choices, said Read more

Ehealth Releases Top Health Insurance Tax Tips For The 2013 Tax Year

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA–(Marketwired – Mar 7, 2014) – Today eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH) (www.ehealth.com[1]), which operates eHealthInsurance.com, the nation’s first and largest private online health insurance exchange, released its top health and health insurance-related tax tips for the 2013 tax year. Many consumers overlook Read more

What You Need To Know About March Health Deadline

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sick of hearing about the health care law? Plenty of people have tuned out after all the political jabber and website woes. But now is the time to tune back in, before it’s too late. The big deadline is coming March 31. By that day, for the first time, nearly everyone in […] Read more

Home Care Assistance To Host A Free Webinar In Honor Of Heart Month

On February 17th at 11 am PST, Drs. Marc Gillinov[1] and Steven Nissen[2], renowned Cleveland Clinic[3] heart experts and authors of Heart 411-The Only Guide to Heart Health Youll Ever Need, will discuss their new book and provide valuable heart health tips and answers to questions on heart health Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) February 06, […] Read more

Rev Up Your Health Resolutions For 2013

Its tough love time. Most people will make New Year resolutions, and very few will keep them. Why? Because they make the so-called resolution, but dont initiate new behaviors to see those resolutions through. If you really want to make changes in your health for this New Year, you can do it. Here are some […] Read more

Choosing Health Insurance That Meets Your Needs

MISSION, KS–(Marketwire – Jan 3, 2013) – (Family Features) Millions of working Americans are still without health insurance, and many more worry about whether they’ll be able to afford their existing coverage due to rising health costs. “With the rising cost of care, individuals want more affordable options when it Read more

Cold Weather Health & Safety Tips For Women

The cold weather months can be a serious challenge to your health. Your body is assaulted with fluctuating temperatures and all the empty calories consumed during holiday feasts. Icy slick roads make driving and exercise difficult, which also puts your health and safety at risk. Plus, lack of sunlight, holiday stress and being trapped indoors Read more

Personal Health: Food Myths

Lets start the new year on scientifically sound footing by addressing some nutritional falsehoods that circulate widely in cyberspace, locker rooms, supermarkets and health food stores. As a result, millions of people are squandering hard-earned dollars on questionable, even hazardous foods and supplements. For starters, when did chemical become a Read more

Tips On Finding, Hiring An In-home Caretaker

Dear Savvy Senior, Whats the best way to find a good in-home caregiver for my elderly mother?    Looking for Care Before you start the task of looking for a caregiver, your first step is to determine the level of care your mom needs (see NCLneedsassessment.org for a checklist). If, for example, she only needs […] Read more
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