This year the annual Great American Smokeout event takes place on November 17. Here we discuss how smoking affects buying life insurance and how quitting can save you money and your health.
Here we share real case studies to help you better understand how medical conditions and lifestyle choices can affect what risk class a carrier assigns you to and how much you will pay for life insurance coverage.
Cholesterol levels tend to rise during the colder months. Comfort foods and lack of activity can lead to this. This isn’t the norm for everyone, but if this sounds like you, consider rethinking your winter habits. Here’s how.
Diabetes affects nearly 10% of the US population. Type 2 is usually preventable. Here we discuss ways that you can reduce your chances of developing type 2 diabetes.
This Halloween, we don’t want to scare you away with a high price because of your medical issues, so we dug up our new friend, Frankie, to help us explain the insurance costs of a few common issues and diseases.
In this post, we discuss Seasonal Affective Disorder. With the seasons changing, it’s good to know about this condition and what you can do about it.