Life Insurance Advice for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Patients

Life Insurance Advice for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Patients

Multiple sclerosis does not have to warrant a unwanted decline for life insurance.

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Patients Who Adhere to Medication Save Money

Patients Who Adhere to Medication Save Money

Patients who take their medications as directed by doctors can reduce emergency room visits and save themselves up to $7,800 each year, according to a study by CVS Caremark.

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Body Build is Key for Life Insurance Premium

Body Build is Key for Life Insurance Premium

A person’s build – the relationship between height and weight – is a key element life insurance companies use to determine premiums.

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Life Insurance After An Eating Disorder

Life Insurance After An Eating Disorder

As with any other health-related issue, applying for life insurance with a history of an eating disorder is difficult but not impossible.

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Life Insurance Awareness for Parkinson’s Disease

Life Insurance Awareness for Parkinson’s Disease

Nearly one million in the US are living with Parkinson’s Disease. Those diagnosed also have questions about life insurance eligibility.

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The First National Study on ADHD and a Life Insurance Outlook

The First National Study on ADHD and a Life Insurance Outlook

And most that are diagnosed can receive life insurance if treatment stabilizes the condition as an adult.

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Colorectal Cancer Awareness: Are You Eligible for Life Insurance?

Colorectal Cancer Awareness: Are You Eligible for Life Insurance?

Guaranteed life insurance policies are growing in popularity and offering more flexibility for cancer survivors

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Effects of daylight savings on the body

Effects of daylight savings on the body

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.

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