The New Year is here, and whether or not you’re looking for a new you, it’s a good time to take stock of your body to make sure you’re starting off the decade with a clean bill of health. But what screenings do you really need? A lot of that depends on your age and your risk factors.
It’s no secret men avoid going to the doctor with a would-rather-scrub-the-toilet-than-schedule-an-appointment kind of hate. With Movember upon us, we wanted to take a look at why.
One day, Mike took his daughter to a baseball game, only to be hit with the ultimate curveball a few days later: he might have cancer. Quoted thousands of dollars for his tests, he was left wondering how he was going to pay – until his hospital told him about MDsave.
What’s your health coverage doing for you? You pay monthly premiums to your insurance company to help cover those high medical bills, only to receive those doctor bills back with hundreds or sometimes thousands of dollars. When it comes to paying out of pocket, you need to know what you’re up against.
When Jim’s wife needed a procedure, they turned to their insurance for support, only to find out that they had a high unmet deductible. They needed another option – and that’s when they found MDsave.
My grandpa Walter always thought of others before himself. He was a Sacramento City police officer for 35 years. During
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