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Parts A, B, C, D, plus supplemental parts F, G, K… you lost me. How do I know which Medicare plans I’ll actually need for my RA, according to the meds and care I need? We break it all down and help you determine which plan is right for you.
How doctors write prescriptions is influenced by several factors, including their area’s racial composition, level of affluence, and state health care laws.
Sexual minorities in the U.S. are less likely to have jobs and health insurance and more likely to have poor health and a lower quality of life than straight adults.
Just what every woman wants to hear. But, unfortunately, 38 percent of American women have at least one chronic health condition, compared to 30 percent of men. Find out what it’s costing women — in finances and life.
No health insurance? High deductible? Learn about your options for low-cost health insurance and health care as a young adult on a budget.
You could be going through step therapy — when insurance companies try less expensive treatments before offering the goods — and not even know it.
If you get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, you may have received a renewal notice this year that gave you sticker shock. Here’s what to do.
Picking a health insurance plan can be difficult. Try these four strategies to get the best health insurance deal for you.