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Open Enrollment period is going on now through December 15th. Need health insurance coverage for the 2018 year? Here is what you need to know: Open Enrollment According to Healthcare.gov, the official federal government website funded and managed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Open Enrollment is the “yearly period when people can enroll in a health insurance plan.” Employers may offer job-based health plans, which may have their own enrollment periods and plan options available. If not receiving benefits through work, eligible individuals can select and purchase health policies from their state’s health insurance marketplace. Eligibility... Read more →


Just six weeks after the House leaders failed to muster the votes to pass an earlier version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), the House Republicans narrowly passed their health care bill to repeal and replace Obamacare with a 217 to 213 vote on Thursday. All but 20 Republicans voted for the bill, and the Democrats were unanimous in opposition. What changed in the Bill? The earlier version of the AHCA did not satisfy the conservative Freedom Caucus bloc of the Republican party and Speaker Ryan pulled the bill from the floor immediately before the scheduled vote on March... Read more →


Exercise is an important component of daily life for people of all ages in more than one way. Not only is playing but also celebrating various sporting activities is a vital piece of each and every culture in one way or another- from the athletic feats of ancient Rome to the continued collaborations of nations at the Olympics. As professional basketball and hockey head towards the playoffs, baseball prepares for their season, and college basketball begins their annual March tradition, now is a great time for American sports fans to refocus their attention on their own athleticism. According to a... Read more →