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September 29, 2014

Type 2 Diabetes and Pumpkin Spice Latte’s: When is it “really” time to wake up and smell the coffee?

Coffee- could we ever really live without you? (No!) Though there is much debate on whether or not coffee is good or bad for you, most of us can assume that just like most food or beverages we consume, the idea of “moderation” is your best friend. According to the 2014 National Coffee Drinking Trends, [...]
September 29, 2014

Scotland, 6 Californias and Your Healthcare

Earlier this month, a national referendum on Scottish independence from the United Kingdom took place, resulting in 55.3% of Scottish voters voting against self-determination. While the country of Scotland did vote to stay in the United Kingdom, it raises the question: what happens to your health insurance if your state or country breaks up or [...]
September 26, 2014

Our Best Health Insurance Tips for College Students

Most everyone who’s going back to school this fall has already done so. But since college students are such famous procrastinators we’re following suit and only now providing you with our top ten health insurance tips for college students. The fact is that most colleges and universities require students to have health insurance. You shouldn’t [...]

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September 25, 2014

New eHealth Choice & Impact Study: Average Medicare Beneficiary Could Have Saved $961 on Prescription Drugs in 2014

eHealth publishes its Medicare Choice and Impact study for 2014, examing potential cost savings for Medicare prescription drug beneficiaries who compare their coverage options to optimize coverage for the prescription drugs they use.
September 15, 2014

eHealth Publishes Top Ten Health Insurance Tips for College Students During the 2014-2015 Academic Year

eHealth releases data highlighting the cost of health insurance for college students and providing students and their parents with ten health insurance tips for the back to school season.
September 02, 2014

COBRA Enrollees May Be Able to Save Thousands of Dollars by Buying Individual Health Insurance on Their Own

eHealth publishes tips for COBRA-eligible consumers and describes how they may save money by purchasing coverage on their own.