Under a proposed rule issued by the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), certain direct primary care fees and health care sharing ministries membership expenses may be considered eligible medical expenses under Code Section 213(d).
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned everyday life upside down. Millions of Americans are now working from home.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic we’ve learned that you don’t have to go out of your way to expose yourself to harmful germs, all it takes is a need to scratch your nose, rub your eyes or pull your lip.
Fishing is a great way to improve mental and physical wellbeing. Here are four health benefits to fishing.
Since the COVID-19 (coronavirus) global pandemic spread to the United States (and even before then), people have been stocking up on hand sanitizer. It’s been nearly impossible to find on any shelves in stores, or even online.
June is National Smile Month! Right now, our world looks and feels different filled with uncertainty and many unknowns. The one thing that we know for sure is how powerful and meaningful it is to still smile at each other.
Cold showers and hot showers each come with their own benefits, and which you should take depends on the benefits you’re seeking. Here’s what you should know about the different health benefits hot and cold showers can offer.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) fee filing deadline is July 31, 2020 for all self-funded medical plans and HRAs for plan years ending in 2019.
When recruiting and hiring HRs are supposed to choose the best applicants, all too often the process can create obstacles or disadvantages for the qualified candidates. Even a well-meaning process may be discriminatory.
The COVID-19 has caused an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety. Finding ways to take care of yourself and your loved ones can help you cope and feel better. Here are 4 tips: