Life Insurance Health Classification and your Health

Life Insurance Health Classification and your Health

How can you improve your life insurance health classification? If you have been following this blog, you have probably noticed that not all of our posts are about the subject of life insurance. We have recently included posts related to improving one’s health and...
Study: Low-fiber diet increases risk for heart disease

Study: Low-fiber diet increases risk for heart disease

Are you getting enough fiber? If not, you may be putting yourself at risk for heart disease, according to a study published in the American Journal of Medicine. Researchers from Harvard Medical School found that there was a significant correlation between low fiber...

Preparing for Old Age in the Global Community

Today’s college graduates feel the weight of responsibility on their shoulders. Not only do they feel pressure to job search and start their careers, many face the responsibility of caring for the elderly within their family. Learning about assisted elderly care...
CDC: One-third of American adults are obese

CDC: One-third of American adults are obese

According to a report recently released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of obese adults in this country has remained unchanged, with over one in three carrying excess weight. Despite increased awareness about the condition and...

Shared decision-making may lead to higher medical costs

Physicians are sometimes criticized for not always involving patients and their families in making medical decisions. As a result, there has been a growing push to incorporate shared decision-making (SDM) into the treatment process. SDM is encouraged because...