Deep Fried Stress

Gobbling down junk food on a regular basis certainly isn’t healthy, but a new study found that stress is as bad for your health as junk food…..especially for women. From Medical News Today: Be it financial worries, work pressures, or relationship problems, we all get stressed from time to time. To what extent does stress harm […]

What it Means in Arizona

There has been a lot of talk recently about the Trump Administration’s decision to end subsidies that help low-income enrollees in Affordable Health Care marketplace health plans. If you are wondering what it might mean to the people of our state, take a look at the video below. Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) President & […]

As Senate Weighs Bipartisan Stabilization Bill with Cost-Sharing Reduction Funding, Current Marketplace Enrollees Face Challenges with Affordability 

Knowledge and Awareness of Key Facts Regarding Enrollment Is Low As the Nov. 1 start of the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment period nears, new polling data from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that most potential enrollees are unaware of when they can enroll and have not seen any related advertisements. Fielded prior to yesterday’s…More […]

Kaiser Health Tracking Poll – October 2017: Experiences of the Non-Group Marketplace Enrollees

The start of the open enrollment period for non-group insurance in 2018 is less than one month away, and the majority of individuals who are targets for enrollment – those who currently purchase their own insurance and those who are uninsured – are unaware of the key dates of the next open enrollment period. This […]

Giving Your Heart

Marriage has long been thought of as a time when partners give their hearts to one another. And if your marriage is a good one, a new study claims your heart may be getting a lot in return…..better health! From Time.com: People in marriages that steadily get sweeter have lower cholesterol and healthier weight than […]