If your medical bills are starting to hurt your wallet, it may be time to look for a cure. Fortunately there are many ways to cut costs on medical expenses. Here are just a few methods.
Tailor your insurance plan
Shopping around will get you the best insurance plan for you. Those with savings that rarely ever need to visit the doctor may be better off with a higher deductible. Those that are regularly in and out of hospital due to a condition may be able to tailor their insurance plan to that condition. Use health insurance comparison sites to find the best... Read More
Human heart is one of the vital organs of the body that work nonstop all through the life. On an average a human heart beats 2.5 billion times in an average span of 66 years. So, a healthy heart is the way to a healthy and long life.
But, apparently hectic schedules, lifestyle changes, changing food habits, smoking, alcohol, and stress are taking a toll on the health of our heart. According to Dr. Ashwani Mehta, senior consultant cardiologist at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital around 2 million heart attacks cases occur in India in a year and the majority of the victims are young. This is alarmingly... Read More
Most people learn how to brush their teeth properly when they are children. However, oral hygiene is still a hot topic, with British people spending millions every year. Everyone wants the perfect smile, and they’ll do anything to avoid those dental treatment costs. One of the best things about the UK is that most healthcare services are free to residents. Still, many people feel the need to undergo private consultations that cost a fortune. The tips on this page come from some of the country’s top professionals, and they should help you to get better results. Use the information to save money... Read More
No matter your employer and no matter the requirements of your profession, your company has a duty of care for its employees which is enforceable through the legal system. If you’ve suffered an injury at work, you’re entitled to compensation, no matter how ‘risky’ your job, because that will all be part of the contract you signed with them.
The question is: where do you go from here? If you’ve had an accident during work hours, there are certain steps and procedures you should follow to ensure that you not only get the immediate care you may need, but any financial... Read More
The first thing to know about car accidents is what to call them.
A growing number of people, including Mark Rosekind of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, believe that since trains wreck and ships sink, cars should crash. A word like “accident” implies no fault, he opined, and only about 6 percent of car crashes are caused by defective products, bad weather, or other factors completely beyond the operator’s control. Mr. Rosekind may be leading the charge, but others are following.
Earlier this year, Nevada lawmakers voted to replace “accident” with “crash” in... Read More
You may be wondering how is it possible to lose weight without counting calories? I mean, what if you over eat without knowing, right? I’m sure all those that have struggled to lose weight on a restricted calorie diet can will be intrigued by the fact the you don’t have to count calories to lose weight. In this blog I will put forward the myths surrounding calories.
Here goes..Calorie mythology and weight loss
For any person, whether a competitive athlete striving to make weight for competition, or just an average Joe wanting to lose weight, most believe that they must count... Read More
Medicine is, and will always be, one of the most hot-button topics in politics. Just look at the current arguments over the Affordable Care Act. To some people, it’s the godsend they’ve been looking for. To others, it threatens to bankrupt the country. But the truth is that we are failed in healthcare in a lot more ways than access. In this article, we’re going to look at some of the most common failings that more of us should be aware of.
Malpractice, a more common problem than you think
When our healthcare providers fail to provide the level of care necessary to... Read More