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.
How Much do Abortion Pills Cost Without Insurance?
The average cost of abortion pills is $500 and can cost up to $750 without insurance. The average cost of abortion pills is $500 and can cost up to $750 without insurance.
Health Benefits for Lyft Drivers
A Lyft driver can get health benefits through a family member, a health plan alternative like Mira, an individual plan through the marketplace, and a catastrophic plan.
What Are the Early Symptoms of Shingles?
Early symptoms of shingles have been reported in some cases, where a person experiences them prior to having a visible rash or blisters. Other early symptoms include headache, burning, tingling, numbness, or itchiness of skin, fever, and feeling of being generally unwell.
How Much Does Ella Cost Without Insurance?
The 1 30mg tablet dose of Ella costs an average of $47 but can vary depending on the pharmacy, coupons, and rebates that can be applied to the prescription. Under the Affordable Care Act and Obamacare, insurance plans should cover the full cost of FDA-approved emergency contraception.
What is Paxlovid Rebound?
Paxlovid rebounding is defined as the return of covid-19 symptoms and/or new positive COVID-19 test after having tested negative and completing the paxlovid treatment. This phenomenon has been seen in both unvaccinated and vaccinated individuals.
Health Benefits As An Amazon Flex Contracted Employee
An Amazon Flex contracted employee can get health benefits through a family member, a health plan alternative like Mira, an individual plan through the marketplace, and a catastrophic plan.
Am I More At-Risk for Heat Exhaustion Due to Climate Change?
Climate change is causing more heat waves in the United States. In the 1960s, the U.S. experienced about 2 heatwaves per year and by the 2010s, experienced about 6 per year. Climate change is predicted to cause more heat-related illnesses in the future and heat can exacerbate underlying diseases. If you are experiencing heat exhaustion, try to cool down but if symptoms persist or worsen, seek medical attention.
Can Ketamine Treatments Cure my Depression?
Recent discoveries suggest Ketamine is effective in treating depression but should only be administered by a health professional. Self-administration of ketamine can be deadly. Ketamine therapy involves small doses of the drug, either through an infusion or a nasal spray. Studies on ketamine have shown it to be both fast-acting and beneficial in treating depression, especially when other treatments have been exhausted and proven unsuccessful.
How Do You Negotiate Rent
Here are some key rules and tips you should consider implementing. Know what you want based on market research, make your offer mutually beneficial, negotiate 2-3 months before your lease expires and have a script ready with the right information.
How Much Does Atrovent Cost Without Insurance in 2022?
Atrovent HFA (ipratropium bromide) costs about $530 without insurance for one inhaler. Atrovent Nasal Spray (ipratropium) costs about $204 without insurance but can be purchased at a more affordable price for the generic brand.
How Do I Manage My Money Since I've Been Laid Off?
Sit down for a couple of hours and closely examine your new financial situation. If you have joint income, take time to review all the details and areas of concern with your partner or spouse. Sit down for a couple of hours and closely examine your new financial situation. If you have joint income, take time to review all the details and areas of concern with your partner or spouse. Avoid major and expensive purchases such as a new car or TV during a layoff and created an updated budget based on your new income
June Inflation Data: Health Insurance Premiums Peaked at 17.3% (Again)
The US Bureau of Labor and Statistics found that health insurance premiums have risen 17.3% in the last 12 months, only a hair shy of the record price change in August 2020 at 17.4%. In New York, health insurance carriers have proposed a nearly 19% rate hike for 2023, citing COVID-related costs and inflation. In Colorado, the monthly cost to buy health insurance is expected to rise by 11.3% in 2023. In Connecticut, carriers seek a 20.4% rate hike on individual plans.