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On December 2, 2019, the IRS issued Notice 2019-63, which provides: ·       An extension of time, until March 2, 2020, for employers to provide Forms 1095-C to their full-time employees and other individuals; and READ MORE >>

Have you ever had a dream where all your teeth fall out and then you wake up? Did you re-examine your oral care regimen? It's not uncommon. Yet, there’s a pretty good chance this dream had nothing to do with your oral care. Yep! It turns out this dream is often brought on by some other variable in your life. READ MORE >>

Are you lactose intolerant or you have guests coming over for the holidays who are, it’s important to be mindful of the ingredients you’re putting into the food you serve. Dairy ingredients can be lurking in a number of holiday recipes, from creamed side dishes to cakes and pies. READ MORE >>

Open enrollment is coming in 4 days! Are you prepared to change your plan? Here are a few key pieces of information you should keep in mind for the upcoming weeks. 1. The open enrollment deadlines have changed Open enrollment starts Nov. 1, 2019, and continues through Dec. 15, 2019. READ MORE >>

A recent finding published in the Journal of Mental Health found that 70 studies conducted over the last ten years to examine how social media affects mental health came back with differing conclusions. Some studies found social media to have a positive impact on people’s lives, whole others warned against the possible connection between social media and depression or anxiety. READ MORE >>

For quarters beginning on and after January 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will require Responsible Reporting Entities (RREs) to include information on prescription drugs in their Section 111 quarterly reporting. Prior to 2020, reporting on prescription drugs was voluntary. READ MORE >>

If you’ve hit your mid-20s, you’re probably wondering how long you can stay on your parent’s health insurance plan. The short answer: Under the Affordable Care Act, you can stay until the age of 26. After that, you have to get your own plan. READ MORE >>

Bronchitis is when your bronchial tubes get infected and swollen. There are two kinds of bronchitis, acute and chronic. Symptoms of Acute Bronchitis Clear, yellow, white or green phlegm No fever, although you may have a low grade fever at times Tenderness or soreness in your chest when you cough READ MORE >>

When a doctor, hospital or other provider accepts your health insurance plan we say they’re in network. We also call them participating providers. When you go to a doctor or provider who doesn’t take your plan, we say they’re out of network. READ MORE >>

 Whether you beat yourself up for a mistake you made last week, or you worry about how you're going to succeed tomorrow, overthinking everything can be draining. Your inability to get out of your head will leave you in a constant state of anguish. READ MORE >>

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