People with Downs syndrome have a life expectancy dramatically approaching that of those without the syndrome.Read More
Though Labor Day offers a day off and time to relax, what happens if something unexpected such as illness happens to you or something worseRead More
Prevent Blindness America refers to the 1980’s son, “My Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades,” and how really true that is when it comes to wearing sunglasses. The upcoming month of May has been declared UV Awareness month to help educate consumers the importance in protecting your eyes.Read More
Both a cold and allergy have exactly the same symptoms with the exception that a cold usually accompanies a fever and only lasts for a few days. Allergies can last for several weeks and generally begin in the month of April.Read More
The data also show that ASD is almost five times more common among boys than girl which includes 1 in 42 boys versus 1 in 189 girlsRead More
Almost half of Baby surveyed in Gallup say that they don’t expect to retire until they are 66 or older, including one in every 10 who predict they will never retire. For those that have what they need financially, 66 is their expected year while many feel that 73 will be a more opportune time for retirement.Read More
Traditional marriage is no longer the only way committed couples choose to spend their lives together and legislation and insurance companies are working to catch up.
More than 12 million unmarried partners live together in 6,008,007 households across the country, according to the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey 2005 to 2007.
Whether couples are different sex or same sex, the number of individuals who choose to cohabitate climbs annually and these individuals are looking to establish the same rights and benefits assured their married counterparts.Read More
Floods of U.S. employees have lost full-time jobs creating a large pool of temporary or contract workers who are searching to buy life insurance on their own.Read More
According to research, losing an hour in Spring is more difficult for the body to adjust. Because in actuality, we are disturbing our entire 24 hour clock.Read More
If you’re seeking term life insurance and you would like to get some of the money you paid into the policy back, you might want to consider return of premium life insurance.
Term policies require the policyholder to pay regular premiums to keep the policy in force for a designated amount of time, usually 15, 20 or 30 years. If the policyholder dies during the term, their beneficiaries receive the death benefit. Although term insurance is the most straightforward of all insurance plans, if the policyholder doesn’t die and the policy expires, the policyholder would have to renew the policy for another set number of years to be covered, usually at a much higher rate.Read More