Ask any doctor what the key to good health is and they’ll likely tell you, prevention. For most of us, the concept of prevention is easier said than done. Mainly because it can seem hard to gauge just how successful you are in the healthy lifestyle department. However, it may not be quite so difficult after all. Read more
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) included some major changes to health care for women. One of the changes offered by the ACA is access to birth control. Originally, the ACA required new health plans to cover the cost of birth control. However, this mandate is now changing for some employer health plans after a ruling made by the Supreme Court last week. Read more
Sure, no one wants to worry about counting calories while hanging out with friends and family at summer cookout. But as most of us know, over doing it on burgers and beers can leave you filled with heartburn and guilt. To help avoid these uncomfortable feelings, we pulled together our top four tips to easily avoid the post-cookout blues. Read more
If you’re counting down the days until your summer vacation, chances are you’re thinking more about sun and sand and less about your health insurance. However, even on vacation, emergencies can happen. So, before you board that plane, ship or camper, check out our top three insurance tips for travel. Read more
If exercise is starting to feel like a chore, use this summer as a way to shake things up. Check out our infographic for a little motivation and tips on how to keep active this summer.
Although electronic cigarettes have only been around a short while, they have quickly grown to be quite controversial. Electronic cigarettes, often called e-cigarettes, are battery operated devices that use a liquid nicotine rather than tobacco. The liquid inside the e-cigarette produces a vapor to simulate the smoke produced by a cigarette. Read more
Obviously you don’t want to pay more for something if you don’t have to, and it’s likely health care is no exception. Luckily, there are ways to keep your health care costs low, and still receive quality care. By being more conscientious of how you use your health plan, you also have more control over how much you spend on medical expenses. Read more