Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Prevented? Yes! You can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes with proven, achievable lifestyle changes—such as losing a small amount of weight and getting more physically active—even if you’re at high risk. Read on to find out about CDC’s lifestyle change program and how you can join. What is Prediabetes? Before developing […]
Chances are, you know someone with diabetes. It may be a friend, a family member, or even you. And because the best way to prevent or manage any harmful health condition is to be informed, we want to help you be in the know. Learn about the facts, stats, and impacts of diabetes. The year […]
ABSOLUTE ASSIGNMENT: A transfer of a policy through which the policyowner shifts full and absolute control and all policy rights to the assignee. See also: assignment; collateral assignment. ABSOLUTE OWNERSHIP: All legal rights and control of the incidents of ownership (e.g., selection of beneficiaries, settlement options, etc.) in a policy, without limitation, qualification, or restriction, […]
Not all insurance companies think the same way when it comes to risks in insuring you for the future. Guaranteed life is available today without a medical exam for those who have health concerns. However, if you are in the process of purchasing a policy and are preparing for an exam, the following can result […]
The state will help to identify problems and explore possibilities. If they can turn the problems around, the company is back on solid footing.
Callow and former Nationwide Insurance Claims Associate Fariborz (Romeo) Rahrovi were charged on Dec. 12, 2013, with first-degree theft, conspiracy to commit first-degree theft, money laundering, perjury and obtaining a signature by duress.
Many are basing the purchase of life insurance on old assumptions. Some, as they age, feel it is a waste of money, thinking they have enough assets and they are healthy. But life happens all the time and unfortunately, we better be prepared for it. Inevitably, true stories bubble to the surface and there are many of them to share.
According to this week’s press release from the Insurance Information Institute, the III has really made flood insurance a hot topic at the conference to discuss the disasters that occur during floods. Hurricane Katrina cost more than 41 billion alone.
Losses included roof collapse, downed tree limbs and power lines, burst pipes and freezing. Auto accidents were also included in the claims that averaged over 175,000.
CDC Director Tom Frieden claims that many communities around the country are working with obesity prevention programs to reverse the obesity epidemic.