Swimming is one of the great summer activities. But before you head into the surf or dive into the pool, you should know what you might be jumping into. Oftentimes
The weather is warming up and everyone is heading outside to make the most of these 93 sweet days. And with more time outdoors, there are a few more precautions
You have health insurance…great! But are you taking advantage of all of the free preventive screenings that are offered? While you probably don’t want to spend the warm summer days
When an employee is separated from a company, they’re now presented with three options: take COBRA, enroll in the Marketplace, or drop insurance altogether. Let’s assume they do want coverage.
While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) didn’t change COBRA laws, rules or pricing, it did change demand by opening up alternate, oftentimes much less expensive, options for Americans. Consumers can
It all started back in 1986. That year roughly 6.5 million people participated in Hands Across America; IBM unveiled the first laptop computer; Top Gun was the number one box
Did you know that anxiety is the most common mental illness in the United States and it affects approximately 40 million Americans?1 That is more than the number of people
When Jessica Kahn, a GovTech “Top 25 Doers, Dreamers, and Drivers of 2016”, announced the latest strategy in her campaign to improve the delivery of Medicaid enterprise systems, Chris Lunt