New Baby

In the United States, nearly four million babies are born every year. This month, find out why expectant mothers need health insurance and what most plans cover. Also, learn why your baby can benefit from having a pediatrician as well as how to identify and get treatment for perinatal mood and anxiety disorder.

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Having a Baby? Here’s Why You Can’t Skip Health Insurance

By Katie Meiers

No matter your circumstances, it’s smart to have health insurance. But it’s especially important when you’re pregnant.

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Is it the Baby Blues – or Something More?

By Christina L. Wichman

Most new moms may experience something called the baby blues. This common, temporary phenomenon occurs during the first two weeks after giving birth

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Why You Need a Pediatrician

By Dr. Maria Bravo

All parents want what’s best for their kids. When it comes to their health, a Pediatrician can provide the most specialized care.

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The Benefits of Provider-Owned Health Plans

By Coreen Dicus-Johnson

For members, employer groups and patients, there are several benefits that come with having a provider-owned health plan.

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Four Reasons Your Back Hurts

By Carley Sauter, MD

Strains are one of the most common causes of back pain, but there are several other conditions that can also sideline you from your daily activities.

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Creating a Culture of Wellness at Work

By Barbra Fagan

Today’s mindset recognizes that good health is a result of not only quality medical care, but also taking steps to prevent disease and other health conditions.

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Improve Your Diet, Improve Your Health

By Amy Kulwicki RD, CD

Achieving a healthy weight requires making lifestyle changes, not following a short-term diet. To get there, follow these tips.

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