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Your current health status is heavily linked to your life insurance premiums. Are you a smoker? Do you have high blood pressure? Could you stand to lose 20 pounds? All of these can affect the risk you pose to life insurers. An unhealthy person may have to pay more for life insurance. READ MORE >>

How many hours a day do you sleep? Do you get enough or wake up each morning refreshed and ready to go? For many people, that’s not the case. Rather, it is more common for individuals to struggle through those first few hours of the day longing to be back in bed for a few more hours. READ MORE >>

Your wedding is right around the corner and all you can think about are the changes that will now take place throughout your life. You may be thinking about how you will share furniture and who will park where in the driveway. Don't forget to take a closer look at your health insurance. READ MORE >>

Although asthma can flare up at any time during the year, many people report an increase in asthma symptoms in the spring. Emergency departments see an increase in asthma patients because spring pollens cause those with asthma and allergies to have a reaction. The lining of the lungs swells, triggering the start of an asthma episode. READ MORE >>

Lots of small companies are saving money by increasing deductibles on their health care plans (or canceling all together).  Difficult economic times mean tough either/or choices for small business owners.  For many, adding voluntary benefits to compensate for cutbacks elsewhere in a ben... READ MORE >>

The Health Insurance Marketplace begins open enrollment on November 15, 2014, and will run through February 15, 2015. During this period, all health plans offered through the Marketplace will be accepting new enrollees. Those currently without health insurance, or those looking to switch their health care plan, may do so through the Marketplace during this open enrollment period. READ MORE >>

Health Insurance News Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act plans begins November 15, 2014 and ends February 15, 2015.  Coverage effective date is January 1, 2015. You may qualify for a tax credit from the government to help pay the premiums for health insurance if you make $95,400 or less with a family of 4. READ MORE >>

Several factors could drive up rates next year — including a paucity of younger and healthy enrollees and a greater-than-expected surge in people seeking expensive health services, CEO Patrick Geraghty said in an interview. READ MORE >>

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