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4 Things Employers Should Consider When Choosing a Health Insurance Provider

Written by UHA Health Insurance on January 27, 2015. Posted in Healthcare, Post

Health plans have important roles to play in your healthcare: 1) assisting you in understanding your benefits and helping you navigate the complex system of healthcare; 2) providing you access to appropriate high-quality health care; and 3) protecting you from devastating financial loss due to...

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Discussing Health Issues in the Workplace: When to Speak Up, and When to Stay Quiet

Written by Emily Weaver on November 18, 2014. Posted in Healthcare, Post

At some point in our lives, we will all be affected by some form of mental or physical illness. In some cases, it may be easy and desirable to keep these issues private, but there may also be times when discussing personal needs with your employer may be beneficial – either to your workplace, or...

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Is the Cure Worse than the Disease? Here’s What You Need to Know About Drug Side Effects

Written by Howard Lee on May 15, 2014. Posted in Healthcare

We think it’s laughable at the end of drug commercials when the voice over narration speed-reads through what sounds like hundreds of different side effects. Laughable or terrifying or confusing. Why do so many necessary, sometimes life-saving medications cause side effects? Why, if doctors can...

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You’ve Probably Experienced This Serious Health Risk. Don’t Shrug It Off

Written by UHA Health Insurance on May 06, 2014. Posted in Healthcare

We all know the feeling of stress or anxiety keeping us awake at night. But did you know that prolonged insomnia can actually lead to mental health disorders like anxiety and depression? In a cyclical progression stress can cause insomnia, which can lead to deeper mental health issues and more...

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Quitting Smoking Sucks – But At Least It Won’t Kill You

Written by UHA Health Insurance on April 16, 2014. Posted in Healthcare

“Be prepared” might be the Boy Scouts’ motto, but it can help you too, especially in your efforts to quit smoking. Anticipating and understanding the potential symptoms you may experience will help you to stave off cravings and increase your chances of success.

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