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Posted on 21. November 2019

Holiday Calories Do Count

During my entire adult life, my weight has not changed much give or take a few pounds, so gaining a couple of pounds during the holidays was never an issue. [More]
Posted on 7. November 2019

Improved Online Tool Helps Individuals Choose Medicare Plans

Greg Dill, a Medicare regional administrator, explains how an improved online tool can help individuals choose their Medicare Plans. [More]
Posted on 17. October 2019

Preventing Surprise Medical Bills

IG Living’s patient advocate, Abbie Cornett, gives readers tips on how to prevent surprise medical bills. [More]
Posted on 3. October 2019

Tips for Surviving Cold and Flu Season

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love almost everything about it: the cool nights, the leaves changing colors and the smell of wood smoke in the air. The one thing I don't love is that it is cold and flu season. No one can argue that sucks! [More]
Posted on 19. September 2019

Two Ways to Get Your Medicare

Greg Dill, a Medicare regional administrator, explains the two ways to get Medicare. The most popular way is Original Medicare. With Original Medicare, you can choose any doctor, hospital or other healthcare provider you want, as long as they accept Medicare. [More]
Posted on 12. September 2019

A National Increase in the Demand of Immune Globulin: A Statement from IG Living Magazine

IG Living explains the recent shortages of immune globulin products and offers patients suggestions for what they can do if they have been told their treatment is not available. [More]
Posted on 22. August 2019

Create Your Personal Medicare Account

Greg Dill, a Medicare regional administrator, explains how to create your personal Medicare account. [More]
Posted on 8. August 2019

Back to School

The beginning of the school year is here again. This annual event comes with the stress and excitement of shopping for clothes, school supplies, reacquainting with old friends and meeting new ones. These preparations are stressful for any family [More]