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How Much Does Long-Term Care Cost in 2022?
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How Much Does Long-Term Care Cost in 2022?

Long-term care is not medical care, and therefore, is not covered by regular health insurance or Medicare. Instead, a long-term care insurance plan must be purchased to cover custodial care. 66 percent of caregivers use their own savings or retirement funds to pay for care.

Erica Kahn
Erica Kahn23 Aug 2022
Difference Between Midwife and Doula
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Difference Between Midwife and Doula

Midwives are healthcare workers who help people during pregnancy and childbirth. They may also provide care to non-pregnant individuals including family planning, STI testing, and preventative care, such as pap smears. Doulas are meant to provide support to people and their families both during and after childbirth.

Dvora Kluwgant, MD
Dvora Kluwgant, MD12 Jul 2022
Companies Hiring for Remote Work
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Companies Hiring for Remote Work

When looking for a remote job, read the job description carefully, and be sure to clarify during the interview if you are still unsure about the remote work policy. With an increased desire of employees to work remotely, some companies have switched to offering permanent remote options. 

Alexandra Thompson
Alexandra Thompson23 Aug 2022
Telehealth vs. In-Person Care: Pros & Cons
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Telehealth vs. In-Person Care: Pros & Cons

Telehealth appointments have become increasingly popular, but is not able to replace in-person care entirely. There are numerous benefits to using virtual care including convenience and far-reaching access to health services, but in-person care may allow for a more comprehensive understanding of the patients’ health, in addition to completion of some clinical appointments.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022
Will We Have Paid Family Leave in 2022?
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Will We Have Paid Family Leave in 2022?

There is currently no federal obligation for employers to provide their workers with paid family or medical leave. However, there are laws in place in some states that require paid family leave for employees in 2022.

Dvora Kluwgant, MD
Dvora Kluwgant, MD16 Mar 2022
8 Food and Drug Interactions to Avoid
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8 Food and Drug Interactions to Avoid

When you start taking a new medication, you should review any potential food and drug interactions with your provider. Alcohol, dairy products, grapefruit juice, and leafy greens can alter the effectiveness of medications or cause unwanted side effects.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan23 Aug 2022
What are March-In Rights?
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What are March-In Rights?

The U.S. Government has the right to “march-in” and grant licenses to additional companies under federally funded patents. The two main reasons March-In rights are used are if there are public safety concerns or if a patent owner has not made an effort to execute the patent.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan23 Aug 2022
When Should I Visit the Doctor?
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When Should I Visit the Doctor?

If you feel sick or notice something unusual with your health, you may be wondering if you should go to the doctor.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini23 Aug 2022
Do I Need Dental Insurance?
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Do I Need Dental Insurance?

If you typically need a lot of dental care, you should consider purchasing dental insurance. However, if you do not visit the dentist often or do not need extensive dental care, dental insurance may not be necessary for you.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan23 Aug 2022
Should I Go to Urgent Care for IBS?
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Should I Go to Urgent Care for IBS?

In more mild cases, an urgent care visit may be suitable for your IBS. If you feel as though you are experiencing a medical emergency, make sure to call 911.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini23 Aug 2022
How To Save Money On Vaccines in 2021?
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How To Save Money On Vaccines in 2021?

There are multiple ways you can save money on vaccinations, for both children and adults including The Vaccine for Children Program, Patient Assistance Programs, and vaccine clinics.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini23 Aug 2022
How Much Does Anesthesia Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
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How Much Does Anesthesia Cost Without Insurance in 2021?

The total costs of your anesthesia can range from just $200 to $3,500 and the cost depends mainly on the type of anesthesia, whether that be local, regional, general anesthesia, or sedation.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks23 Aug 2022