During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are turning to pandemic pods to maintain social connections and regain a sense of normalcy. But finding people you can trust with your health is no easy feat, and there are many things to consider before you form a pod.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends that all Americans wear some kind of cloth facial covering when out in public to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. You can easily make these masks at home, often using materials you already have. Which mask design is right for you?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) obligates many U.S.-based businesses to provide health insurance coverage to their employees. The rules differ for businesses with 50 or more full-time employees. Learn about your business’ ACA health coverage requirements and some plan options available to you.
Parents and caregivers need to show kids and teens what they can do to build healthy habits during the school year and avoid illnesses like the common cold. These habits are especially crucial right now, with COVID-19 cases rising and seasonal flu approaching.
Unaffordable health insurance premiums have forced many Americans to choose insurance plans with high deductibles. Thankfully, you can set aside money tax-free in a health savings account (HSA) to cover out-of-pocket medical costs. Read on to learn how HSAs work and whether they’re right for you.
Rising health care costs have led Americans to search for new ways to afford insurance and out-of-pocket costs, and flexible spending accounts (FSAs) are growing in popularity as a result. What are FSAs and how do they help you keep your health care costs down? Learn more here.
With the pandemic showing no signs of abating, millions of Americans will face crushing COVID-19 treatment bills before it’s over. Even if you can’t control how the disease affects you, informed health care consumers owe it to themselves to know what to expect financially after a turn for the worse.
Thanks to the pandemic, millions of people went from commuting to work to commuting to their kitchen tables, and it hasn’t been an easy transition for everyone. But taking the time to frame your workday around your health goes a long way in making it more sustainable.
Every winter, as sunlight dims and the days grow colder, millions of people experience feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and low energy. For some of them, it’s a serious mental health condition known as seasonal affective disorder. Fortunately, cost-effective SAD treatments are available.
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Travel restrictions and COVID-19 precautions have permeated the business travel industry, with many companies canceling most or all travel. Whether you’re an employee or employer, if you must travel for work, it’s vital you follow the most up-to-date restrictions and guidelines to stay safe.
Health insurance can be expensive, and there are many options with different cost structures. If you’re looking for a plan with a low monthly cost, a high-deductible health plan might be a good choice. Read on to learn when a high-deductible health plan makes sense and what you should watch out for.