Lung cancer is a deadly disease. In fact, it’s the number one cancer killer of both men and women, accounting for about a quarter of all cancer deaths. According to the American Cancer Society, lung cancer kills more people than colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. It can affect anyone, too, including smokers and nonsmokers. … Continue Reading ›

With the recent election and an ongoing pandemic to worry about — not to mention the rapidly approaching holiday season — you may not realize that open enrollment for health insurance started earlier this month. The annual signup period to get major medical benefits under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) kicked off on November 1st… Continue Reading ›

The holidays are fast approaching. Before you know it, you’ll be feverishly wrapping gifts and celebrating with the people you love. But before that happens, you’ll need to plan what the holiday season will look like for you this year. With COVID-19 cases on the rise in some places and the added threat of regular… Continue Reading ›

The open enrollment to buy major medical insurance — aka marketplace coverage — runs from November 1st through December 15th this year. It’s a deadline that’s set by the federal government and applies to every state that participates in the federal exchange at Healthcare.gov. But if you’re in a state that runs its own health… Continue Reading ›

If you’re transitioning from military to civilian life, then you’ve likely got a lot on your plate. But healthcare coverage should be one of your top priorities. Health insurance for veterans comes in a variety of forms. Understanding the options will help you figure out which one makes sense for you. VA Health Care VA… Continue Reading ›

You’ve no doubt seen the stickers flooding your social media feeds over the last few weeks. As more and more of your peers — and parents, coworkers, mentors and favorite celebrities — cast their votes in the 2020 election, you may feel inspired by civic duty or disgusted by the options waiting for you on… Continue Reading ›

It’s been a weird year for healthcare — and that’s putting it mildly. Understandably, the global health crisis took over health headlines in early spring and hasn’t let up.  Other pressing healthcare topics — like prescription drug prices, legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act, surprise medical billing and even the opioid crisis — got… Continue Reading ›

Candy reigns supreme on Halloween, and a few sweet treats throughout the day probably won’t do much lasting damage for most people. But if you’re trying to supplement the all-day sugarfest with some much-needed nutrients, you’re in luck. There are lots of ways to get creative with your Halloween treats at home. Bonus: adults and… Continue Reading ›