Do I have “Long COVID-19?”

Do I have “Long COVID-19?”

The term “Long COVID” has been frequently spoken about in the news media as of late. If you still feel like you are recovering from lingering symptoms from a prolonged past COVID-19 infection, your symptoms may be due to a case of Long or Post COVID-19. The World...
What Does it Cost to have a Baby in a Hospital?

What Does it Cost to have a Baby in a Hospital?

Nearly 4 million women in the United States will give birth annually and in 2020 alone, approximately one in nine U.S. women of childbearing age was uninsured. If you are insured, the cost of having a baby will require you to first meet your insurance’s deductible,...
Does Insurance Cover Abortions?

Does Insurance Cover Abortions?

Due to the recent leak of a draft supreme court ruling with the potential to overturn Roe V. Wade, many Americans have questions regarding current and future abortion protections in the United States. One such common question is whether insurance even covers the cost...
Will my Health Insurance Cover Therapy?

Will my Health Insurance Cover Therapy?

According to NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, an estimated one out of five U.S. adults experience a mental health issue every year. However, many of those afflicted do not seek help for their problems due to a litany of reasons, such as the stigma...
Millions at Risk to Lose Health Insurance as Pandemic Ends

Millions at Risk to Lose Health Insurance as Pandemic Ends

A recent CNN.com article detailed the recent successes of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as well as the approaching risk of losing coverage for many of those success stories due to the end of the pandemic’s national public health emergency. Under the current...
Moving? What a Change in Residence Means for Your Health Insurance

Moving? What a Change in Residence Means for Your Health Insurance

While the 2022 Open Enrollment window for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) ended at the beginning of the year, don’t fret if you haven’t gotten cheap health insurance coverage! We are currently in the Special Enrollment Period (SEP), which allows certain triggering...
Do I Need & am I eligible for a Second Covid-19 Booster Shot?

Do I Need & am I eligible for a Second Covid-19 Booster Shot?

Even if you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, your immunity to COVID reduces over time. Booster shots are needed to maintain your resistance to infection and reduce the chances of the more severe consequences that might lead to hospitalization. The word “viral”...
Coffee Makes You Poop. Now We Know Why.

Coffee Makes You Poop. Now We Know Why.

A recent article from CNN.com asked the question many of us have spent our mornings pondering while on the toilet, “Why does coffee make you poop?” There haven’t been many serious studies on the subject, but other studies over the years have found coffee good for...
Am I or Someone I Love, an Alcoholic?

Am I or Someone I Love, an Alcoholic?

Most people in America consume alcohol periodically, more than 85 percent in fact. Occasional use of alcohol is not necessarily harmful. Some doctors claim that small quantities of alcohol add to the beneficial effect of a good diet in reducing the incidence of heart...
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