Have you considered a world without insurance?

by The Library of Congress

Question by john Galt: Have you considered a world without insurance? 50 years ago most people didn’t have insurance. Imagine how much money goes to insurance. You pay for health, dental, life, mortgage, property, car, flood and whatever else. Then you might buy extended warranty insurance on your, fridge, . . . → Read More: Have you considered a world without insurance?

The Risk Of Going Without Affordable Family Health Insurance

According to a report by MSNBC.com, there are approximately 44 million Americans going without affordable family health insurance. Partly this is due to the many people that have become unemployed in recent times. Another reason is that many people believe that health care is expensive and that they will not find affordable family . . . → Read More: The Risk Of Going Without Affordable Family Health Insurance

is it more difficult to maintain a commitment without “the marriage”? why/why not?

Question by totallylost: is it more difficult to maintain a commitment without “the marriage”? why/why not? I have the idea that what is really important about the publicly recognized act of “marriage” is that it is the symbolic representation of the couple’s agreement to put all their effort on building up and on a . . . → Read More: is it more difficult to maintain a commitment without “the marriage”? why/why not?

How will an eye doctor perform eye examination without refraction? UHC restricts the wellness plan to it.?

Question by Maria K: How will an eye doctor perform eye examination without refraction? UHC restricts the wellness plan to it.? Our health insurance “benefit” plan states the next: Types of coverage, wellness plan, eye examination without refraction. How does it look like in the reality? Will the doctor stop: “oops, I can not . . . → Read More: How will an eye doctor perform eye examination without refraction? UHC restricts the wellness plan to it.?