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Pseudofolliculitis Barbae – Curing Those Unkissable Beard Bumps

Tweet What is Pseudofolliculitis Barbae? Pseudofolliculitis Barbae, commonly called beard bumps, is actually those little red colored bumps that men usually encounter after they finish shaving. They usually develop in the shape of pimples, and can be very frustrating for those who have to deal with them often. Dermatologists explain that these are in fact [...]

Wells Fargo Replacing Letter of Credit in UK

Wells Fargo Replacing Letter of Credit in UK

Tweet It has been announced by Wells Fargo and Company WFC, the very famous insurance company, that it will offer its new insurance product that will be available in the U.K and the European Union. This trust product is basically the replacement to LOCs (Letters of Credit), these are most commonly used as some form [...]

Health Care Expansion Continues to Loom

Health Care Expansion Continues to Loom

Tweet The new law for health care that is being backed by President Obama is intended to help thirty-two million over the next ten years.  The drawback that many feel will come with this is that the medical field will not have the numbers able to support an influx of new patients.  Right now, medical [...]

Does Health Insurance Cover Botox Treatments?

Does Health Insurance Cover Botox Treatments?

Tweet Does Health Insurance Cover Botox Treatments? Health Insurance typically  does not cover botox injections if they are used strictly for cosmetic purposes.  All insurance carriers are different and some may have exceptions or limitations for their clients to receive these treatments for cosmetic purposes.  Each case will be different and you are encouraged to [...]

The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance

The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance

Tweet The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Passed and signed in March of 2010, the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan makes health care coverage available even to those who have been denied coverage in the past.  The eligibility requirements for participants are: must be a legal US resident, must have been uninsured for at least the past six [...]

Maine Received Waiver to Fed’s Health Law

Tweet Many states across the nation are looking to be granted a waiver to the new federal laws being placed on health care through the laws passed in 2010. Maine is officially the first state to receive the three- year hall pass delaying the effect of the laws until 2014. The laws will force health [...]