It probably comes as no surprise that most men do not like going to the doctor. In fact, women are 100% more likely than men to get an annual routine exam, according to the CDC.
“To encourage self-care for men and boys, June is recognized as Men's Health Month and Men’s Health Week is celebrated the week leading up to Father’s Day (June 11-17, 2018). The goal of these observances is to educate on the importance of prevention, early detection, and treatment of diseases affecting men...
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Spending time outdoors is a wonderful way to bond with family and friends, and enjoy nature. Before you head out into the great outdoors, you need to be aware of a danger lurking not so deep in the woods—Lyme disease. This bacterial infection is contracted after coming in contact with a deer tick that has feasted off another infected animal.
There are three main stages of Lyme disease:
- Early Localized Lyme Disease: A rash develops on the skin at the...
In the event that one of your staffers gets injured on the job, workers’ compensation insurance will cover his or her medical costs and wages during the recovery period.
Workers’ compensation insurance benefits are available to employees who are injured or become ill as a result of a work-related incident. If one of your employees is injured on the job and is medically authorized to take time off from work, he or she will be reimbursed for lost wages and all of the...
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According to the Los Angeles Times, it may cost as much as 30 percent more to rebuild parts of a home than to completely build a new one from scratch. Demolition and removal of damaged property are pricey, limiting what a homeowner can do when rebuilding only parts of a home.
Limits on your homeowners insurance are established to protect your family in the event that something goes wrong. In an effort to remain protected while saving money, consider the...
Does your benefits broker approach benefits as one-size-fits-all?
Today's labor pool is comprised of 5 distinct generations, each presenting unique challenges, and perspectives for employers that have not existed in the past for a singular workforce. Because each group possesses a very different approach to employment and employee benefits, having a fresh approach to your benefits strategy will not only keep you in the game within your industry but help you win high-performing...
Most health insurance plans provide for in-hospital care, doctor visits and preventive health care needs. But they may not cover many other health-related needs of older adults, such as long term care, which is also not covered by Medicare. Today, the average monthly cost for nursing home care is nearly $5,000, and stays can exceed several years.
Several days after getting foot surgery, Jessica Mulgrew of Arlington, Texas, discovered two holes in the repaired foot. She immediately...
Employee benefits are a key piece of the job market today. To employers, excellent benefits like health care and retirement funding are an essential for attracting committed, quality workers.
Sometimes though, problems arise even when programs are set up with the best of intentions. Whether a shaky market shrinks funds or bad investment advice leads to sudden loss, companies need to know what kind of protection they provide their fiduciaries.
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Molds are organisms that breakdown animal matter and dead plants. Though most molds grow outdoors, they can travel inside by way of open windows and doors, air conditioning systems and on pets, clothing and shoes. Once inside your home, mold needs a moist food source, such as lint, ceiling tiles or wallpaper, to grow.
Try these prevention tips to keep mold out of your home:
- Clean up any water damage or flooding thoroughly and immediately.
Recently, TruTV aired an episode of "Adam Ruins Everything", in which the host Adam Conover focuses on ruining the viewer’s perception of the healthcare industry by educating them on why healthcare is so expensive.
The episode opens with Adam Conover having a conversation with a would-be patient who has come to the hospital for a cold or the flu. The patient explains that she wants as much care as possible regardless of cost because she simply pays her insurance...
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The cost of life insurance relies on a number of factors, but none carry a greater weight than, well – your weight. Because underwriters see overweight or obese applicants as high-risk, many will deny requests for coverage or simply charge life insurance rates that are extremely high. Read on to learn more about why size matters.
Most insurance companies will judge how much body fat you’re carrying by calculating your body mass index (BMI).