It’s a new year! That means it’s a good time to review the intricacies of your health plan for 2020 so you can maximize your savings.
At the start of the year, we often find ourselves creating so many difficult resolutions that we end up feeling fatigued and overwhelmed. So let’s keep it simple this year and stick to these five easy goals in 2020…
While health insurance can be expensive, it’s important to run through the finer points of your plan to find out what benefits are available to you and how you can be rewarded.
Between the crowded shopping centers and the parties and the seasonal blues, it’s easy to fall into bad habits as a way to cope with the stress of the holiday season. Here are our best stress-busting tips for the season…
Turkey day is upon us and we all know how easy it is to overindulge in sweets and larger-than-life portions of stuffing and sweet potato casserole. Here are three tips to help you nourish your body this Thanksgiving holiday and avoid the dreaded food coma (and don’t miss the recipe below for “guilt-free mashed potatoes”!):
2020 is upon us and many of you may be considering moving to a new health insurance plan. There are a couple things to consider before your plan goes into effect in 2020…
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it is a great time to remind yourself what you can be doing to improve your overall health as a woman.
Due to so many complex changes in the industry, understanding what to look for and then finding the right plan on your own can be a challenge. That’s why working with an insurance agent (free of charge) may be your best bet.
From taking care of your body with regular screenings to getting moving, there are many ways you can positively influence your health. Here are three habits you can add to your life to age healthily.
While there are many causes for the spike in monthly health care costs, there is one that holds the majority piece in the puzzle: prescription drugs.