During the underwriting process, life insurance companies will evaluate an applicant’s drug and alcohol history to determine their risk to the company.Read More
The exam tests your urine and blood so overdoing on any food or drink can cause erratic results. In some cases, electro cardiagrams are given. Not all life insurance policies require and exam. However, if your does, how can you improve your results by doing the following:Read More
Medical studies bombard us with information about the risks associated with cancer. It would seem that very little can be done to escape this deadly killer.Read More
High blood pressure is called the silent killer for a reason. One in three adults in the U.S. has it, many with no symptoms, no red flags, and unless they’ve seen a doctor lately, no idea their numbers are so high they are at risk for heart attack or stroke, according to Centers for Disease Prevention and Control.Read More
Very few addicts are able to recognize when they have crossed the line but once they do and get help, a new life awaits including insuranceRead 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
The American Heart Association has released a report on the short-term effects of alcohol and states that drinking increases one’s risk for stroke.
The third-leading cause of death in America is strokes, although the National Stroke Association points out that the majority of these can be prevented with healthy lifestyle adjustments.
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If you smoke, quit. If you drink too much, cut down your consumption or don’t drink at all. Get at least 30 minutes of exercise three times a week like the American Heart Association recommends. It’s not just good for your health—your insurance will cost less.Read More