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Win Big with UnitedHealthcare: Are You a Health Plan Pro?


In 2014, more than $3 trillion was spent on health care in the United States. Unfortunately, this number continues to increase yearly making it important to know what health insurance options exist and which plan is best for you and your family. To help consumers make smarter choices and increase their overall knowledge about health plans, UnitedHealthcare created […]

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5 Ways to Save on Prescription Drugs


This is a sponsored post in partnership with UnitedHealthcare. All opinions are my own. When it comes to prescription drugs, I try to avoid them at all costs. However, there are times when you just don’t have any other option. Trust me, medicine is always my last choice. Not to mention, the price. Unfortunately, last week I had […]

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4 Ways to Save on Health Care Expenses


In 2013, the United States spent $2.9 trillion on health care. Whew! That’s some major bank and statistics such as this further the conversation about health care spending and if it’s really worth it. The answer you’ll get will always vary based on who you ask and when you’re asking them. You see, I’ve learned that […]

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8 Things I’ve Learned Since Losing 38 Pounds


Getting healthy is no easy feat. These last four or five months have challenged me and caused me to intentionally create new health habits. After I was diagnosed with PCOS and Type 2 Diabetes, it was game over. PCOS was a shock, but diabetes scared the hell out of me. I was not ready and I refused to […]

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Six Tips To Stay Heart Healthy


The heart is the most important organ in the body. Without it we have nothing. It literally pumps life into our bodies, so it’s important that we take care of it. Proper care of the heart can add decades to our lifespan and I’m here for it. Unfortunately, many of our bad habits and lifestyle […]

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