Decline in Diabetes-Related Complications

Decline in Diabetes-Related Complications

“These findings show that we have come a long way in preventing complications and improving quality of life for people with diabetes,” said Edward Gregg, Ph.D., a senior epidemiologist in CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation and lead author of the study. “While the declines in complications are good news, they are still high and will stay with us unless we can make substantial progress in preventing type 2 diabetes.”

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Healthy Applicants Pay The Lowest Rates On Life Insurance

Healthy Applicants Pay The Lowest Rates On Life Insurance

A growing number of Americans are working hard to stick to a diet and exercise routine in an effort to improve their quality of life and their overall life expectancy. By doing so, people can save considerably on their future medical bills and life insurance premiums as well.

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How Does High Blood Pressure Affect Life Insurance Premiums?

How Does High Blood Pressure Affect Life Insurance Premiums?

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.

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How Marriage Improves Life

How Marriage Improves Life

In addition to increasing longevity, marriage may have additional health benefits that affect men and women differently, according to a study by British researchers.

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Heart Disease Treatment Costs to Triple by 2030

Heart Disease Treatment Costs to Triple by 2030

By 2030, the amount of money spent in the U.S. on heart disease will be three times larger than it is today, according to the American Heart Association.

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Stress, Anxiety, Heart Attack and No Life Insurance

Stress, Anxiety, Heart Attack and No Life Insurance

In the underwriting arena for life insurance, handling stress, anxiety and depression is treatable and affordable though many that suffer do not seek help

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Lower Life Insurance Rates By Lowering Heart Disease Risk

Lower Life Insurance Rates By Lowering Heart Disease Risk

By following the AHA’s 7 guidelines for a healthy lifestyle, individuals could reduce their risk of developing heart disease while also decreasing their life insurance premiums.

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