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Helping Those With Childhood Asthma Breathe a Little Easier
In the United States, more than four million children have asthma. This disease can prevent children from enjoying things other children take for granted, such as sleeping through the night, participating in school activities, playing sports…
New Campaign and Website Aim to Improve Perception and Understanding of Medicaid
The COVID-19 pandemic created financial hardship including job loss, inability to work and reduced income for many. Nearly 30 million people did not have health coverage at the height of the pandemic.
Doula Care – The Intersection of Advocacy, Equity and Caregiving
Integrating doulas into the care team benefits pregnant individuals, as they can help address these adverse health outcomes through the entire perinatal journey.
Doulas Play Powerful Role in Improving Health Equity
The United States continues to lag behind other developed nations when it comes to maternal health, especially for pregnant individuals and babies of color. Black and American Indian/Alaska Native women are 60% more likely to give birth to a preterm baby compared to White women, according to the March of Dimes 2021 Report Card.
As we recognize April’s Minority Health Month and Black Maternal Health Week, it is especially important to shine a light on the inequities of childbirth.
How Do You Know If You are Eligible for Medicare?
Once you qualify for Medicare, there is a seven-month Initial Enrollment Period in which you are able to enroll in Medicare Part A and Part B.
The Best Online Brokerage Companies You Should Use in 2020
Have you just retired and are looking for a way to make your money work for you?
Investing your money and deciding who to invest it with is important and working with a professional is the best way to go.
Where should you start?
Which online brokerage company is right for you?
The Top 5 Best Banks in the United States to Use in 2020
You’ve just retired and you’re searching for a new bank.
You’re searching for a new opportunity to place your money in.
You’re on a fixed-income so you want the chance to make the best moves with your money.
Where do you start?
Let’s take a look at five of the best banks in the United States that’ll work with you and give you the best bang for your buck when it comes to commercial banking.
The Top 4 Best Credit Cards to Have in Your Wallet in 2020
So many credit cards, so little time.
Here are some of the best credit cards you should never leave home without!
When is the Best Time to Withdraw Your Social Security Benefits?
You’ve worked for as long as you can remember.
Taxes and benefits were withheld from your paychecks in order for you to pay into a system that you’d be able to use later in life.
What’s this system that you’ve been paying into – without much of a choice?
With all of the money that you’ve invested into this system, when would be the best time for you to withdraw your Social Security benefits?
Senior Websites and Programs That Every Senior Should Know
Did you know that just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean there aren’t any resources or programs to help you navigate through this next stage of your life?
In today’s society, you’re never alone and never at a loss for information with the internet so readily accessible to anyone and everyone.
As such, there are a few websites and programs that every senior should know in order to assist them in their daily activities.
Which Car Insurance Companies Are the Best to Use in 2020?
When living on a fixed-income, due to retirement, you have to find ways to stretch your money and make it work for you.
You have a number of bills rolling in each month.
The last thing you need is a high car insurance premium.
But how do you choose the best car insurance company that fits your needs and your income?
Read more to discover some of the best car insurance companies on the market!
How to Find a Job After Age 65 in Four Easy Tips
Did you know that last year, higher than 20% of seniors over 65-years-old were either looking for work or working through their retirement?
Medicare 101: The Basics and Other Things You Should Know
Medicare 101 Basics