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The Importance Of Stretching Before Exercise

For decades, we have been told about the importance of stretching before exercise. But how many people really understand why it is so important? In a nutshell, stretching serves as a critical link for the body between a sedentary state and physical activity. What Makes Stretching So Important? If you want to be truly fit, it is not enough to build muscle and get aerobic...

What Life Insurance Policy Is Best For Me?

If you have a family depending on you, it is more important now than ever to have life insurance. There are many factors to consider when shopping for a policy. Our friendly agent can help you get the best quote on life insurance that suits your family’s needs. What Are The Major Types Of Life Insurance? The two major types of life insurance are term...

Am I Getting Enough Sleep?

The quantity and quality of your sleep play an important role in overall health. We all know what a difference a good night’s sleep can make in energy level and outlook toward life. How do you know when you’re getting enough good quality sleep? You know when you feel well-rested and refreshed. What Happens When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep? If you are like most...

Am I Required To Buy A Company’s Life Insurance Once They Finance A Physical Exam?

Except for guaranteed issue and other no-exam life insurance policies (with higher rates and lower face value), most insurance companies will require an in-person medical exam. A company representative will arrange for a physical exam to be conducted by a licensed healthcare professional selected and contracted by the life insurance company. This does not mean you are under any obligation to purchase life insurance from...

Does Health Insurance Cover Mental Health Treatment?

As reported on HealthCare.gov, mental health and substance abuse services are covered as essential benefits under all Marketplace plans. These plans are required to provide “parity” protections between medical and surgical benefits and mental health and substance abuse benefits. What this means, generally, is that the limits cannot be more restrictive for one than the other. This parity applies to: Financial limits, such as copayments,...