Regulations are complicated. Healthcare insurance is baffling. Laws are complex. The Affordable Care Act exchange combines both laws and insurance. Need help. Here are answers to the basic questions.
The Affordable Care Act is extremely detailed and confusing. How do you get ACA coverage if you have a summer and winter home, you work in one state and live in another, or you recently moved? Find out here.
Each year, The Environmental Working Group updates it’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™. The guide tests 48 fruits and vegetables and ranks them according to their level of pesticide contamination. The 12 fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residue are named the year’s Dirty Dozen™. Should you avoid these products? See for yourself.
A list of 10 signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease will help you decide when forgetfulness is simply age related or whether it is something more serious.
The question is not can I operate, but should I. Surgery is not always the answer. At times, it can make an issue worse. If the right injury, in the right person is addressed by the right surgeon, in the right manner—a satisfied patient emerges.
How many workers spend over 40 hours at work each week? Over 90 percent. That certainly provides enough time to implement company health challenges, which can improve your lifestyle habits and health behaviors. And with a group of motivated co-workers at hand, you have a built-in support and motivational community for the picking.
Every population fights some type of stereotype, myth, or misinformation, and people with disabilities are no exception. Do you believe any disability stereotypes? You might be surprised.
What’s the most common U.S. work-related Illness? It may surprise you to learn it is hearing loss. The number of occupations that expose workers to dangerous levels of noise is quite large. It is believed to be around 22 million.
A new report categorizes how different personality types react in severity to various forms of occupational stress.
The purpose of ADA is to guarantee that those with disabilities experience the same rights as everyone else. However, many of the details of the law are confusing. Here we answer some of the ADA’s FAQs.