Even with Obamacare, some people just can't pay their medical bills. Here's how to bargain with health care providers.
Single women need to invest differently and consider a long-term care policy, experts believe. Women who outlive their husbands faces similar issues.
Get as much insurance as you can afford, be creative with tools such as health savings accounts and expect to pay more than you think.
Dread the thought of an old folks home? Despite their reputation, many retirement communities offer a surprisingly lively and youthful atmosphere.
Some companies are trying new tactics to encourage employees to embrace wellness programs to encourage healthier workers -- and a healthier bottom line.
Thousands of doctors offer concierge, membership or retainer medicine, where you pay more for more frequent and longer access. Is it right for you?
President Obama says large corporations, including office supply giant Staples, shouldn't use the health insurance issue as an excuse for cutting wages.
Here are six ways your health impacts your net worth -- and six free or cheap ways you can improve your health.
The Ice Bucket Challenge was a viral sensation that raised money for research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease.
Two wildly different and widely loved restaurant chains are now promoting vegetarian dishes -- and so are other groups in America and the world.
A majority of Americans would want officials to restore financial aid given to Obamacare customers should the Supreme Court rule the assistance illegal.
Spark supplements didn't improve speech disorders, the FTC said. NourishLife and its owner face a $3.68 million judgment but can only pay $200,000.
Express Scripts will further expand the number of medicines it won't cover for 2016. Such changes puts pressure on pharmaceutical firms.
Millennials are enthusiasts of health insurance plans which offer a low deductible but a high premium, according to a Bankrate.com report.
Doctors will be encouraged to charge adults a A$5 co-pay at their discretion; children, the elderly and those on state allowances would be exempt.
Health Savings Accounts have been growing rapidly both in the private markets and on the new public exchanges, but are they right for you?
A 20-foot fall turned Daniel Mollino's life and finances upside-down. But savings, commitment and a plan allowed him and his wife to live a normal life.
Leading CEOs, angered by challenges to certain workplace wellness programs, threaten to side with anti-Obamacare forces unless the administration backs off.
You should consider what may happen when you travel - internationally, across America or for an adventure -- when you enroll in health insurance.