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.
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.
Kym had come across many doctors in her lifetime, but none like the one she traveled 220 miles to meet.
Twenty-somethings like me tend to sweep healthcare under the rug due to time and money constraints, but with looming monopolies on hospital prices and rising healthcare costs, we have to learn how to play the game.
Whether you already take care of your health costs or will soon take over that responsibility from your parents after college, do your research on your options. Don’t worry–to save you the effort of researching on your own, I’ve laid out the important stuff for you.
Let’s do some Mother’s Day mythbusting on a topic near and dear to the hearts of mothers: health.
Putting off your colonoscopy? No more excuses! Screening can catch colon cancer in its highly curable early stages.
Congratulations! You’re the proud beneficiary of a shiny new health insurance policy for 2017. Do you know what to do with it? Or better yet, what it does for you?
Healthcare in the U.S. is broken. Join the movement to fix it.
For many of us modern workers, it seems our workplace destiny is clear: We sit. We type. We get carpal tunnel syndrome and love handles. But it doesn’t have to be that way.