Whether you’re a recent college grad, you've been out on your own for a while, or you’re still living at your mama's house, the law is the same: you must have health coverage or face a penalty.
noun self–ex·plo·ra·tion \-ˌek-splə-ˈrā-shən, -ˌsplȯ-\
One of my besties growing up was a crazy, upbeat, party animal. We always seemed to find trouble together or trouble found us. We grew up, grew apart, and found our own way.
To cancer: this is my fight song
Yesterday was National Cancer Survivors Day, and naturally that got me thinking. Now, cancer isn't really a subject most of us like to think about but it has affected most of us some way or another. It has affected me personally so many ways, primarily it has taken half of my skin away and made me look like CHOPSUEY and that is why I HATE YOU CANCER.
Social media has invaded our lives: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and more. With the emergence of social media came the emergence of the hashtag. The first hashtag on Twitter was #barcamp. What does that even mean?
High-risk pools have been in the news a lot lately as an integral part of an Affordable Care Act replacement put forth by the GOP. Prior to the introduction of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, they were used in 35 states to insure people with pre-existing conditions.
Are You Turning 26?
If you are turning 26, health insurance might be something that is on your mind, especially if you are currently on your parents health insurance plan. Or you might be a parent reading this asking yourself, "How long can my child stay on my health insurance?" Under the current law,
President Donald Trump on his first day in Office issued an Executive Order regarding The Affordable Care Act.
The Trump Administration just released a Policy Brief outlining a draft of what they believe will replace the Affordable Care Act. Section one states that "Obamacare" aka The Affordable Care Act is a failure and would only get worse if not repealed. The Administration outlined a few of their goals they wish to accomplish with their new plan:
When you get rushed to the Emergency room for a major medical emergency, the last thing on your mind is the bill. However, for a staggering amount of Americans the cost of emergency servies can be just as traumatizing. 1 in 5 patients who went to in-network hospitals for emergency services were treated by an out-of-network doctor.