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.Read More
Consuming more than 2.5 drinks a day could have long-term effects on men’s health.Read More
A report released by New York Life reveals that women struggle more financially than men when losing a spouse.Read More
Celebrate the past and future achievements of women by purchasing a life insurance policy to financially protect your family.Read More
On the third Sunday in June, men everywhere receive odd gifts—from strangely patterned neckties, and shirts that don’t fit, to handmade drawings and socket wrenches. Welcome to Father’s Day.Read More
Recent research suggests that some men who receive a prostate cancer diagnosis may be seeking out treatment options that are more aggressive than what they actually need.
Prostate cancer has become more treatable in recent years due to advances in medical technology. However, the American Cancer Society reports that in 2010, there will be more than 200,000 new cases diagnosed, along with more than 32,000 deaths.Read More
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should serve as a reminder to consumers, especially men, of the importance of investing in a life insurance policy.
According to the CDC website, men are statistically at an increased risk for serious injuries and health problems during the summer months. This is due to things ranging from motor vehicle traffic to poisonings to drowning.Read More