Health


Mental health is a person’s psychological and emotional well-being. Our minds are one of the most important parts of our bodies and should be taken care of as such. It controls how we think, act, make choices, and much more. In this article, I would like to go over why […]

Maintaining Mental Health Is Important


The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) has recently released a study that shows that the ACA market might be stabilizing. The study compares previous marketplace years to the 2017 1st quarter numbers. In this article, I would like to look at the report from the KFF and break down its findings. Loss Ratio Decline […]

The Kaiser Foundation Claims the ACA Market May Be Stabilizing


Caffeine – you know that stuff that makes people jump off walls, wake up, and be alert? Found in coffee, tea, soda, and many other popular beverages, caffeine is widely consumed. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), about 90 percent of the world’s population ingests some form of […]

The Negative and Positive Side Effects of Caffeine



Currently, the Senate works on applying changes to the Better Care Reconciliation Act. The bill has many areas in need of improvement due to contention with former laws passed by the ACA. Among some of the areas causing friction are the gradual elimination of ACA’s Medicaid expansion; the size and […]

The Better Care Reconciliation Act Awaits Further Changes Until the ...


There’s no denying that healthcare costs are high and continually growing. The average an American citizen spends around $10,345 on healthcare. According to a government study, about 5% of the population accounts for nearly half the spending in a given year. For the most part, the sick and disabled make up […]

The Three Reasons Why Healthcare Costs Are So High


Following heart disease, cancer is the second leading cause of death in America. Simply put, cancer is when the body’s cells continually divide and spread into the surrounding tissue. Instead of dying and being replaced by new cells, cancerous cells survive, and the new cells form in excess; when the […]

The Most Common Signs of Various Cancers




There is a delayed vote on the new Senate healthcare bill, which would be used to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Many senators have spoken out about their disapproval for certain legislations that would be passed under the new bill. While the bill is delayed, the Senate debates […]

The Three Biggest Issues Delaying the Vote for the New ...




Short Term Medical Plan Companion Life
1. Available Year-Round This year, Open Enrollment lasts from November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017. If you did not file for insurance in previous years, chances are you will not be able to get coverage until those dates. For those that don’t want to wait for Open Enrollment, Companion Life short term medical […]

Three Benefits to Having a Companion Life Short Term Medical ...