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What if we told you that you could make your heart and that special someone happy at the same time?
February is national Heart Health Month, and in the spirit of this season of love, we have a few heart conscious ways to show the ones you love that you care about them.
Here are 8 alternative (heart healthy!) options to give your loved ones this Valentine’s Day.
At the beginning of every new year comes to the promise of a fresh start. For many, this means prioritizing their health: mentally and physically. Whether that means finally taking advantage of that gym membership or being more aware of what they put in their bodies, health is their main concern.
You’ve worked hard to negotiate competitive health insurance rates and benefits for your students.
You’ve worked relentlessly to educate them on how to use their insurance.
But then an upset student contacts you about an insurance claim they believe is inaccurate, or that they shouldn’t have received at all. It’s a difficult situation for everyone.
It’s estimated that about 12.2% of adults living in the United States do not have health insurance. Since there is an estimated 250-million individuals over the age of 18 living in the United States, this roughly equates to over 30 million adults living without health insurance. If you have multiple insurance plans, consider yourself very lucky.
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