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.
Can I Get a Prescription Without Seeing a Doctor?
To receive any type of prescription, you will need to see a medical provider; however, this does not necessarily have to be a doctor. There are several options from which you can seek a prescription besides doctors.
How To Tell the Difference Between Allergies vs. Sinus Infection (Sinusitis)
Allergies can occur at any time of year. While some may be "seasonal," which is when you get them only in the spring or fall, or they may be year-round. Sinusitis, or sinus infections, however, usually happen after you've had a cold or allergies. Some symptoms will linger, even after your cold goes away.
List of Women's Health Centers in New York City
Women’s health encompasses a variety of specialties and focus areas, ranging from sexual health to breast health to mental illness. If you identify as a woman, you should consider seeking treatment from a healthcare provider specializing in women’s health for a variety of reasons. Women’s health clinics are available throughout the Five Boroughs of New York and are ready to assist you in any medical concerns you may be experiencing.
Are Employers Required To Give 1099 Workers Health Benefits?
1099 workers are typically hired by a company for a specific project or for a short period of time. They are not the same as employees and usually are referred to as a freelancer, or independent contractor. Since they are not employees, they are not usually eligible for health benefits from the company they are working under. The important thing to be sure of as an employer is that you’ve correctly classified 1099 workers, which we cover in this article.
The Best Health Insurance Options for Millennials in 2021
As a healthy, young millennial, you may not think health insurance is entirely necessary. However, it’s important to have coverage so that you don’t avoid or put off the care you need, especially if an emergency occurs.