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Tip # 3 From the Single Mom’s Guide to Health Insurance- Look at your income and cash flow situation.

There are two basic types of plans. Traditional plans, which often have low copayments for regular visits, and High Deductible health plans. Traditional plans are what many people used before healthcare reform. They had copayments (a small amount due at the time of service) for regular Dr. visits and medications. They have a deductible and […]

Offering Health Insurance is Good Way to Attract Millennials as Employees

  A survey conducted by Anthem Life Insurance Company suggests that one in three millennial workers turned down a prospective job offer either due to insufficient health insurance coverage or none being offered at all.   As more millennials are entering marriage and purchasing homes, etc., concerns are shifting. Disability coverage is now part of […]

Yoga can Benefit both your Mental and Physical Health

  The practice of yoga has been around for centuries. Originating in India, yoga was introduced to America in the late 1800’s. Since then, yoga has grown in popularity, and people who practice yoga are now in the millions, in fact, yoga can now be found in schools, hospitals, senior centers, prisons and office spaces. […]

Local Farmers Markets

  Have you visited a local Farmers Market yet? The open-aired markets are the perfect place to buy locally grown produce and products made by local artisans. And now, you can find one in just about any area of the valley and Park City.   Here are few to check out:    Wheeler Historic Farm- […]

Tips For A Safe And Healthy Summer

Summer time means fun in the sun, playing outdoors and outdoor recreation. There are few simple ways to keep our bodies healthy while enjoying the good weather. Here are few tip to stay safe and healthy summer.   Stay Hydrated- drink water. Water is important to good health. Drinking at least 8 glasses of water […]

Be Prepared for Allergy Season

With spring weather comes allergy season. Plants are starting to bloom and pollen is in the air to fertilize other plants. Pollen can also pollinate your nasal passages which can bring discomfort. Be Prepared for Allergy Season Common sources of allergies, sometimes referred as  ‘hay fever’ come from weeds, flowers, grasses, and trees. Symptoms include […]