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A Health Insurance Guide for Low-Income Individuals & Families

Navigating the world of health insurance can be challenging, especially for individuals and families with limited financial resources. Fortunately, several programs and options are designed to provide affordable and comprehensive coverage. Here’s a guide to help low-income individuals and families access the healthcare they need: Medicaid: A Vital Safety Net Medicaid is a state and federally-funded program that offers health coverage to eligible low-income individuals...

New Coverage in the New Year? Remember to Do These Five Things

As we usher in the New Year, it’s the perfect time to ensure that your insurance coverage aligns with your health and wellness goals. Taking a proactive approach can save you from headaches down the road and ensure that you’re adequately protected. Here are five essential things to remember as you consider new coverage in the New Year: 1. Update Your Insurance Policy Information Life...

How do I know if I have the winter blues?

As winter sets in and the days grow shorter, many of us experience a shift in mood. It’s a common phenomenon known as the “winter blues” or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). While it’s a temporary condition for most, understanding its prevalence, recognizing its symptoms, and knowing how to combat it can make a big difference in how you experience the winter season. How Common are...

How to Prioritize Your Health Over the Holidays

Warm greetings to the holiday season! As the air gets colder and the festive lights begin to twinkle, it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of the holidays. However, amidst the joyful celebrations and gatherings, it’s crucial to remember to prioritize your health. This season, let’s explore critical tips to ensure you’re taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional well-being during the...

3 Steps to Prevent Medical Identity Theft

Identity theft is a pervasive issue, and while most people are aware of financial identity theft, another type of identity theft often flies under the radar—medical identity theft. This fraudulent act involves the misuse of someone’s personal information, such as their name, insurance details, or Social Security number, to obtain medical services, prescriptions, or other healthcare-related benefits. During Fraud Awareness Week, it’s essential to shed...