Celebrate National Walking Day: Steps Towards Better Health


National Walking Day, observed the first Wednesday in April, encourages people to lace up their sneakers and take a stroll to promote health and welln...

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Exploring the Latest Trends in the Health Insurance Market


The health insurance market is an ever-evolving landscape, shaped by various factors such as technology advancements, changing demographics, and growi...

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June: Recognized as National PTSD Awareness Month

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects millions of individuals worldwide, causing severe emotional and psychological distress. In recognition o...

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Safety Tips While Traveling Abroad


Traveling abroad is a fantastic opportunity to explore new cultures and create unforgettable memories. However, it is essential to take precautions to...

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March 21st: National Down Syndrome Day

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National Down Syndrome Day is a globally recognized day that is celebrated annually on March 21st. The day is dedicated to promoting awareness, unders...

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Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Acquires LDJ American Online Benefits Group, LLC

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It is with gratitude and appreciation; we announce that AOBG has been acquired by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co, a publicly traded company and industr...

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Discovering the Details of a Heart Attack

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Exploring the signs and symptoms of a heart attack, causes, physiological changes, tests, and treatments. sign [ sahyn ] noun 1. a token; indication...

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Aspirin and Heart Attack Prevention

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For decades, millions of people have been advised to take aspirin daily to help prevent a heart attack. However, a recent study issued by Harvard advi...

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Causes of Medical Bankruptcy

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Medical bankruptcy is still a common issue despite the Affordable Care Act, according to an article published by the American Journal of Public Health...

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What is Telemedicine?

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Telemedicine was originally created to treat patients who lived in remote areas, away from hospitals and medical facilities. These areas also represen...

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