Why Water is the Best Beverage for Your Teeth
It doesn’t matter if your glass is half-empty or half-full: Drinking water is always good for your health. Our bodies are made of 60% water
8 Terms You Should Know When Looking for Health Insurance
Open Enrollment: The period every year when individuals and families can enroll in health insurance plans in the individual marketplace.
Can Social Media Affect Your Mental Health?
Are you addicted to social media? Do you find yourself checking every couple minutes to see how many “likes” your post got?
Guide to Help Millennials Obtain Health Insurance
When it comes to obtaining health insurance coverage, you’ve got options. Depending on where you are at in life, there are multiple ways to score health insurance.
Insurance Awareness Day: Importance of Having Coverage
Life throws many unexpected things at all of us. While we usually can’t stop these things from occurring, we can opt to give our lives a bit of protection. Insurance is meant to give us some measure of protection, at least financially, should a disaster happen.
How to Obtain Health Insurance Coverage If You’re Unemployed
There are multiple options for health insurance coverage for you if you are currently unemployed. Based on your savings and income you can find a plan that is right for you. Do some research to see if you qualify for Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
How Business Owners Can Create a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace
Promoting diversity isn’t just good for workplace morale, it’s good for business in general. According to a McKinsey & Company report
Tips to Prevent Workplace Burnout
One of the biggest problems employers and employees face today is workplace stress and burnout. Research from Gallup found that around 25% of U.S. workers feel burned out due to work “very often or always.”
How Sunglasses Can Help Protect Your Eyes
Eye medical doctors (ophthalmologists) caution us that too much exposure to UV light raises the risks of eye diseases, including cataract, growths on the eye, and cancer. Strong exposure to snow reflection can also quickly cause painful damage called snow blindness.
6 Ways to Reduce Sugary Snacking
When working with her young patients, pediatric dentist and ADA spokesperson Dr. Mary Hayes teaches them this simple, but important, saying: “Sugar is fun to eat, but not good for your teeth!”