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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 Does a Nutritionist Cost in 2022 without Insurance??
Healthcare Cost

How Much Does a Nutritionist Cost in 2022 without Insurance??

A nutritionist consultation can cost anywhere from $100-200 per visit in the U.S. Nutritionist consultations can vary in price depending on location, licensing/certification, and appointment type. Nutritionists can be an excellent resource for individuals with chronic conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or obesity.

Sophie Wei
Sophie Wei28 Jun 2022
How Much Does Dialysis Cost with and without Insurance in 2022?
Healthcare Cost

How Much Does Dialysis Cost with and without Insurance in 2022?

Without insurance, a session can cost over $500, but with Medicare, a session costs $100. Depending on your insurance status and the type of dialysis you are receiving, costs can vary anywhere from $10,000 - $90,000 annually. Since 1972, all individuals diagnosed with ESRD are eligible for Medicare benefits.

Sophie Wei
Sophie Wei29 Jun 2022
How Much Do Glasses Cost Without Insurance in NYC?
Tips

How Much Do Glasses Cost Without Insurance in NYC?

The average cost of glasses without insurance is $366 without an eye exam. The price of glasses varies since it is a medical and cosmetic product with many personalized components. Reading glasses can be as little as $8 from a drugstore, while designer prescription glasses can cost upwards of $1,500.

Erica Kahn
Erica Kahn23 Aug 2022
Where To Get Antiviral Medication Paxlovid in New York City
COVID-19

Where To Get Antiviral Medication Paxlovid in New York City

As of April 2022, Paxlovid prescriptions can be filled at all major pharmacies in New York City including CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, and Duane Reade, The Pfizer antiviral, Paxlovid is the go-to prescription across all five boroughs and is available free of charge to all residents who present a positive test result and meet the prescription criteria.

Alexandra Thompson
Alexandra Thompson23 Aug 2022
7 Medications You Shouldn’t Mix with Alcohol
Prescriptions

7 Medications You Shouldn’t Mix with Alcohol

Seven types of medications you shouldn’t mix with alcohol include allergy, anxiety, ADHD, cough, depression, nausea, and pain medications. If you do not know or are unsure about the effect of mixing alcohol with a currently prescribed medication it is best to avoid alcohol entirely until after speaking with your pharmacist or health care provider.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022
How Much Does it Cost to Test for Radon at Home?
Insights

How Much Does it Cost to Test for Radon at Home?

Radon testing kits range in price from $10 to $200 depending on the duration of the test and if it is for professional use. Short-term kits are usually the cheapest, followed by long-term kits, and digital detectors are the most expensive. Professional radon testing ranges from $145 to upwards of $700 depending on the location, square footage, and age of your home.

Erica Kahn
Erica Kahn23 Aug 2022
How Much Does It Cost To Remove A Keloid without Insurance?
Healthcare Cost

How Much Does It Cost To Remove A Keloid without Insurance?

The cost of keloid removal ranges from $75 to upward of $2,000 depending on the type and duration of treatment. Keloid removal is considered a cosmetic procedure, therefore is not usually covered by health insurance. As a rule of thumb, larger, more severe keloids will cost more to remove.

Alexandra Thompson
Alexandra Thompson23 Aug 2022
How Much Does Allergy Testing Cost in 2022?
Healthcare Cost

How Much Does Allergy Testing Cost in 2022?

On average, a skin test for allergies will cost between $60 to $300, and a blood test for allergies can cost between $200 to $1,000 if paying without insurance. There are many types of allergies, each requiring a different test to diagnose.

Dvora Kluwgant, MD
Dvora Kluwgant, MD29 Jun 2022
How Much Does COVID Antiviral Pill Paxlovid Cost and Where To Get It?
Prescriptions

How Much Does COVID Antiviral Pill Paxlovid Cost and Where To Get It?

Where to get Paxlovid near me? The antiviral pill to treat COVID-19, Paxlovid, costs $530, however, is being distributed free of charge by the U.S. government. Though the FDA has authorized pharmacists to prescribe Paxlovid, many still require prescriptions from a medical provider. The U.S. currently has 1,307,706 courses of Paxlovid available (up from 1,101,933 courses recorded on May 27, 2022, and 594,525 courses recorded on April 18, 2022) across 35,725 pharmacies.

Khang T. Vuong, MHA
Khang T. Vuong, MHA23 Jul 2022
Signs of a Sprained Ankle and Other Common Sports Injuries
Wellness

Signs of a Sprained Ankle and Other Common Sports Injuries

A sprained ankle occurs when someone twists, rolls, or turns their ankle the wrong way, tearing or stretching the bands (ligaments) that help hold the ankle bones together. Symptoms of a sprained ankle will include pain, swelling of the ankle, bruising, instability of the area and a popping sensation at the time of the injury.

Dvora Kluwgant, MD
Dvora Kluwgant, MD16 Apr 2022
Can I Lose My Medicaid Coverage?
Health Insurance

Can I Lose My Medicaid Coverage?

There are a few reasons why you might be at risk of losing your Medicaid coverage, including pandemic-related policy changes, changes in income level, and loss of social security insurance benefits.

Girisha Bharadwaj
Girisha Bharadwaj23 Aug 2022
How Much Does IVF Cost Without Insurance in 2022
Healthcare Cost

How Much Does IVF Cost Without Insurance in 2022

In 2021, the average cost of one cycle of IVF without insurance was between $15,000 and $30,000. The price variation is due to location and the patient’s specific needs. Many patients will require multiple cycles (up to 5-6) before they have a child, so IVF can cost up to $180,000. Assisted reproductive techniques, including IVF, can be costly for many couples and individuals.

Dvora Kluwgant, MD
Dvora Kluwgant, MD29 Jun 2022