You qualify for a special enrollment period if you lose your job and/or the insurance it provided or take a new job with an employer that does not offer insurance. … Continue reading Do you qualify for a special enrollment period?
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As we approach open enrollment season this fall, we want to help you feel informed when selecting an individual health insurance plan that meets your needs and budget, including the … Continue reading 5 tips to select a high-quality individual insurance plan that meets your needs and budget
Sometimes it’s easier to put your responsibilities aside when you feel overwhelmed, overworked or distracted by more enjoyable pursuits. However, when you postpone too many projects, your life can feel … Continue reading Six tips to help you avoid procrastination
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 45,000 Americans die by suicide every year. Read that again. Upsetting, right? One way you can help lower this … Continue reading September is National Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month
Human papillomavirus (HPV) has been brought to my attention multiple times during the past few months; but the most concerning of those mentions was news from a local oncologist. The … Continue reading Understanding the importance of the HPV vaccination
Turning 65 is an exciting milestone! You’re at a stage in life where you can do what you like, with more time and freedom to do it. It also means … Continue reading Learn the ABCs of Medicare
The days of summer vacation are winding down and you’re undoubtedly in back to school mode to make sure your child is ready for the upcoming year. Part of the … Continue reading Back to school advice from former school nurses