Mammograms may rival colonoscopies for the least-favorite screening test among women. In spite of this, many women stick to a regular schedule of getting them—and with good reason.
Allergies happen to almost everyone it seems nowadays. Whether it’s seasonal, environmental, food or just a random occurrence, at some point, you may need allergy tests, shots or medication to help with your condition.
Medicare Part D prescription drug plans are also known as PDPs. These are standalone plans that can be purchased through private insurance companies. PDPs provide coverage for prescription drugs and medications, and may also cover some vaccines too.
You may be sifting through endless mailings, emails and ads lately, each touting the benefits of this or that Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. It may be time to narrow your options and select a plan for next year.
Did you recently enroll in Medicare for the first time? Did you change your Medicare coverage during the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period last fall? Or, did your plan provider make changes to the benefits on your plan? No matter which situation applies to you, understanding your Medicare coverage is important for getting the most of your health care benefits.