As open enrollment season kicks off, many adults will start reviewing available insurance options as they prepare for 2018.
An estimated 41 million Americans are underinsured, meaning they have health insurance but have out-of-pocket costs or deductibles that are high relative to their incomes. Choosing a plan that adequately meets your medical needs is essential to your health, especially if you, like millions of Americans, take a prescription medicine.Read More About Choosing the Right Plan for Your Needs
Welcome to the haunted kitchen! Foods that look healthy are actually hiding creepy ingredients like excess sugar and salt. Can you tell which snacks are sneaking around costumed as healthy? Even common staples might be spookier than you think. Click each card to see which food item is a trick and which is a treat!Read More About Trick or Treat?
Five Tips for Children Sports Safety
For schoolchildren around the country, staying safe on and off the playing field comes down to healthy habits and smart choices.
Even the smallest decisions – such as eating a healthy lunch – can go a long way towards helping young athletes succeed.
Here are five tips to keep in mind when your child hits the field:Read More About Sports Safety for Young Champs
Medicine has the power to help and to heal, but if it isn’t taken properly - or worse, not taken at all - it can’t do its job. Sadly, this scenario plays out half the time medicine is prescribed. That means that every time a doctor writes a prescription, it has a 50/50 chance of being followed by the patient.Read More About The Importance of Taking Medicine as Prescribed
Summer is winding down, and the first day of a new school year is almost here for parents and kids across the country. Here are some common questions and recommendations for keeping your child healthy and relaxed as they start school this fall.Read More About Don’t Forget Health on Your Back-To-School Checklist