It’s Your Day, Mom

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Would you believe that celebrating mom dates back to the Middle Ages? Back then, if you had moved away from your mother (and your home parish), on the fourth Sunday of Lent, Laetare Sunday, you were allowed to return for a visit. This Read more…

Telehealth

You may have heard the term “telehealth,” or “telemedicine,” or maybe even “virtual care.”  Regardless, the spread of COVID-19 quickly moved telehealth from its status as a fledgling technology to an inevitable healthcare service that has quickly gained provider, patient and insurance carrier acceptance. The American Telemedicine Association defines telemedicine Read more…

April is Stress Awareness Month

Not many people would argue that the world is offering up some pretty negative stressors right now – take a pandemic, global conflicts, inflation, etc. Then there are your everyday stressors like relationship issues, problems at work or finances. There can even be stress from positive things in your life Read more…

Happy 26th Birthday!

Happy Birthday! You’re 26 years old! Or you soon will be. And while 26 might not bring you senior discounts, it does impact your life when it comes to your health insurance. And it could cost you quite a bit if you’re not paying attention. Health insurance policy in the Read more…

Spring Break Safety

The three most popular spring break destinations for American college students today are Panama City, Florida; South Padre Island, Texas; and Cancun, Mexico. But this wasn’t always the case. In 1938, a college swim coach from Upstate New York decided to hold a “College Coaches’ Swim Forum,” in Ft. Lauderdale, Read more…