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Don’t have health insurance? Here’s advice on how to find the right insurance for your needs.
Don’t know a deductible from a premium? Here’s a helpful guide to health insurance terms.
Learn more about the U.S. government’s health insurance programs for older adults and people with low-incomes and resources.
It can be hard to figure out how much your health care will cost ahead of time. Here are some tips for preparing for the cost of your procedures.
Prescription drugs can be expensive. Here’s how to get help paying for them and finding lower cost options.
What to do if your health insurance denies you coverage for a procedure.
Learn about long-term care and whether you need long-term care insurance.
It’s important to make your wishes known to your family and doctors regarding treatment at the end-of-life. Here are resources to help you have this conversation.
Doctor’s appointments are often brief. Here’s how to quickly explain what’s wrong so you can get the help you need.
If you expect to miss work due to your or a loved one’s illness, here’s what to tell your employer.
Choosing a doctor and building a relationship with him or her is an important first step to getting and staying healthy.
Here's advice on how to locate a new physician to make sure you get care that fits your needs.
Seek insurance and manage the worrisome chores of arranging and paying for care.
Whether you have a preexisting condition or not, are new to shopping for insurance or trying to figure out what coverage you do have, there are resources to help with this often complicated but important purchase.
The quality of doctors and hospitals varies. Here is information to help you find the right care.