Mira Healthcare Resources
Our in-house team synthesizes scientific research and translates them into easy-to-digest content for you to get educated on the latest health and healthcare information.
Cold vs. Flu- Here's How To Tell The Difference
You can determine whether you have a cold or the flu evaluating your symptoms. You likely have the flu if you have a fever, aches, fatigue, and chills. You likely have a cold if you do not have a fever, but are sneezing and have mild fatigue. To tell whether you have the flu or a cold, you can also evaluate how long you've been sick. If your symptoms come on rapidly, it's possible you have the flu. When it comes to the flu, you will likely feel the onset of symptoms right away, whereas with a cold, the symptoms will come on gradually. The best way to know if you have a cold or the flu is to get an influenza test.¬†
Is Obama Care Right for You? 5 Things You Need to Know About Open Enrollment Season
Every year since 2013, millions of Americans are signing up for affordable health insurance via the Affordable Care Act Exchange (aka Obama Care) beginning the first day of November. While it is less likely a joy for some, it is an important annual event that can impact your healthcare for the next year to come.
Four Surprising Facts About Healthcare From Our 120 User Interviews
Would you ever eat at a restaurant that didn't list its prices on the menu? Well, that's what's happening with healthcare today. We conducted 120 interviews and we were so surprised by these four facts