Employee Benefits

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Adopt Habits To Improve Health

Nearly every day a new health study reveals the health benefits of specific lifestyle habits, new foods or exercise plans. While the ideas sound logical, do you wonder whether the ideas really will make a difference and improve your health?

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Eye Health

For years medical professionals have touted the benefits of foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids to help lower cholesterol and maintain a healthy heart. Now scientists have discovered the hidden value of omega-3 fatty acids in benefiting eye health.

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New Treatment Solutions for Eye Cancer

For individuals diagnosed with cancer, one of the nagging concerns is whether it will spread to other parts of the body. Although body scans can be performed to identify cancer cells, most tests can only show active growth areas.

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Nerve Damage May Occur with Dental Implants

For individuals missing a tooth due to injury or excessive decay, dentists may recommend a dental implant to fill the vacant spot. This procedure involves affixing a titanium screw into the jawbone and then attaching a prosthetic tooth, which has been designed to fit in with surrounding teeth.

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Dental and Vision Benefits for Associations, Affinity Groups and Multi-site Employers

Associations, affinity groups or employers with multiple sites often have complex benefit needs, requiring creativity in finding the right mix of plans with a range of attractive product options. In national surveys, employees have indicated their preference for benefit packages that include dental and vision plans. Frequently employees do not have specific dental or vision needs, but they want the benefits for their dependent family members.

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Hearing for Life

More than 36 million Americans have permanent hearing loss. In the past five years, the number of hearing-impaired people has increased nearly 10 percent. Interestingly, more than half of all hearing-impaired persons are younger than age 65, with one in 10 school-aged kids having some form of hearing loss.

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