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Women should do breast self-exam monthly to feel and spot changes. Doing this regularly can help you keep your breast healthy and detect cancer early. Also, it will be easier to treat with a high probability of being cured. Keep reading to learn how to perform a breast self-exam at home.
After retiring, you may have started planning about traveling to your dream places and favorite destinations. Now that you have so much time, it might be challenging to afford travel with a tight budget. Here are tips to help you prevent overspending as you tick those trips off the list!
If you frequently travel abroad, you should know that traveling internationally can affect your life insurance. Also, if you spend lots of time abroad, you may not even qualify for the best class and have your application rejected. It is important to know how life insurance companies think of foreign travel. Keep reading to learn more.
All health insurance companies provide an exclusion list under their plan in adherence to their guidelines. So, it’s recommended to do thorough planning and research before choosing a health plan to find an insurance plan with maximum coverage and minimal exclusions.
Keep reading to know about the treatments and diseases not covered by a health insurance plan.
Do you have a family member or friend who has Parkinson's disease? You're not the only one who feels this way. This disease affects about 10 million people all over the world.
Parkinson's disease is a movement disorder caused by a breakdown in the brain's ability to govern movements.
Sadly, Parkinson's disease is a chronic, incurable disease. On the other hand, treatment can often be used to manage it for a long time. People with Parkinson's disease may grow more reliant on their caretakers over time.
It can be difficult to see a loved one have Parkinson's disease, but there are ways to assist them. Learn what to do, what to avoid, and how to look after your health.
On the surface, there hasn't been much change in retirement planning throughout the years. You work hard for a while, save money, and then retire. While the principles remain the same, today's savers face several difficulties that previous generations did not.
Various sections in this retirement guide will help you map out a perfect strategy, from budgeting and setting objectives to picking the right retirement savings account.
You'll often hear that it's critical to have an insurance plan in place if you have individuals in your life who rely on you financially. If you are the sole breadwinner in a family of five, your family will most certainly struggle financially in the case of your death, necessitating the need for life insurance.
But what if you are unable to work? That is a common path parents take, especially when their children are young.
These days, the expense of daycare is outright exorbitant. What’s more, dependable care might be difficult to come by. As a result, many parents choose to leave their employment and stay at home with their kids, especially when they are too young to attend classes.
If that's the case, you might believe you don't need life insurance. After all, if you don't make a living, you wouldn't leave your family in a bind if you died unexpectedly, would you?
However, in some instances, even if you do not even earn a penny, it may be wise to have life insurance.
The Affordable Healthcare Act mandated the creation of the Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC). It was created as a standardized tool to assist you in better understanding what your health insurance plan covers or comparing other health insurance policies directly. The following is a step-by-step instruction to reading a Summary of Advantages and Coverage.
Professional liability insurance may deal with lawsuits concerning work and professional mistakes. However, there are some things that it can’t cover. You should learn these things so that you can avoid doing them. In case you do these, you can’t rely on professional liability insurance.
Driving your own vehicle is both a privilege and a responsibility. It is a privilege because not everyone can buy a car. If you are riding public transport, you should follow its departure and arrival schedule and pick-up and drop-off points. But with your vehicle, you will have the freedom to go to places on your schedule.
Meanwhile, having a personal vehicle is also a responsibility. You now should protect yourself, your car, and your passenger whenever you are driving. There are risks associated with operating your vehicle on the road. You can accidentally hit someone, or you could get involved in a road accident. Hence, it is essential to get financial protection for these risks.