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Providing Personalized Service to Clients in Need of Health Insurance Solutions

Loyal Leaf™ is in the business of providing tailored, personalized service to clients in need of health insurance solutions. They take pride in being insurance guides who provide one-stop, last-stop service by offering a complete range of products and professional service.

Their newly designed website has been reinvented in order to serve their client base better by providing a comprehensive assortment of insurance packages under one roof. It is designed to provide information, tools and education to those in search of health insurance. With an easy interface and improved navigation Loyal Leaf has created a naturally comfortable environment for the consumer. It is vital in the ever changing world of the health care industry that all information be current and viable and clearly stated. Loyal Leaf through its brand new website is doing its part to demonstrate their professionalism with their improved online presence. The inclusion of an information filled health-related blog rounds out the presentation.

Loyal Leaf’s insurance agents continue to have an advanced toolbox with which to compare both prices and products from a wide selection of top tier insurance carriers. They are very well versed on the latest Obama Care regulations and the advent of new and exciting product options for their client offerings.

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LifeInsurance.org Launches Guide Entitled ‘Why Should Parents Purchase Life Insurance?’

The guide, entitled “Why Should Parents Purchase Life Insurance?”, is located at http://www.lifeinsurance.org/guides-parents/ and addresses virtually every detail of purchasing insurance from the perspective of parents who are faced with one of the most important financial concerns involving families today – the need to purchase reliable and effective coverage for all eventualities.

In the guide, parents have access to detailed sections that thoroughly explain the options available to them; covers a wide range of topics; address common concerns that parents may have; review how to choose a beneficiary or custodians; and outline key concepts, such as term life coverage, whole life (variable) insurance, and whole life (universal) insurance. Insurance can be a complex and confusing topic with a variety of features, options, and stipulations, and a guide is necessary in order to make the most logical choice possible.

The goal of this guide is to provide an authoritative walk-through of coverage to convince parents that purchasing life insurance is a must for any family today. As outlined by LifeInsurance.org and the guide, choosing insurance is one of the three major financial concerns faced by parents today, along with creating a will and setting up college funds for children. LifeInsurance.org strongly believes that making a wise and informed decision regarding insurance is a necessity for every family in today’s economy, and has dedicated the guide to educating parents on the merits of a timely and informed choice.

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Quoteboffin.co.uk Encourages Heart Attack Survivors To Speak To Doctors About Sex Fears

A recent study has drawn attention to the large number of people who are scared of having sex following a heart attack, prompting Quoteboffin.co.uk to release a statement encouraging those with heart problems to speak to doctors to allay their fears.

Quoteboffin.co.uk Encourages Heart Attack Survivors To Speak To Doctors About Sex Fears

A team of US researchers questioned 1,700 heart attack survivors and discovered that around a third reported they were less likely to be having more sex a year on from the date of their attack. Many reported that the fear that sex could kill them was a major factor in deciding to abstain, the researchers told the American Heart Association.

The study was led by Dr Stacy Tessler Lindau, who explained that the chance of suffering subsequent attacks during sex were very small, as long as it is at an appropriate time in the recovery process – an opinion also backed by the British Heart Foundation.

Most patients should be able to resume sexual activity at the same time as they become physically able to partake in moderate exercise, such as climbing a flight of stairs.

The research also found that the patients who were not counselled in sex by their doctors were more likely to avoid it. This news has prompted health insurance comparison site Quoteboffin.co.uk to issue a statement encouraging patients to speak to their doctors about all of their concerns. It said: “While it may be the last thing on the minds’ of patients immediately after a heart attack, it’s natural for questions concerning sex to arise as recovery progresses.

“However, by this point, many people may feel they aren’t able to go back to their doctor, or be too shy to raise the question. It’s very important that people feel confident in seeking information and speaking to medical professionals about sex after serious health scares, and this study highlights the importance of doctors making sure patients are well informed of all of the facts from the outset.”

The study, which examined the sex lives of 1,184 men and 576 women in the year following a heart attack, found that patients who had been given a leaflet about sex when they were discharged from hospital were more likely to resume their sex life.

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Training To Cut Medical Prejudice For Obesity Essential, Says Life Insurance Comparison Site Quoteboffin.co.uk

Insurance comparison site Quoteboffin is among those calling for the introduction of training to minimise prejudice towards obese patients.

Obesity is a huge problem in the UK and one that’s on the rise. The fact that the condition is costing the NHS money time and resources every year is widely documented in the media and this can lead to prejudice towards people living with the condition.

Past research has found that this prejudice can also be found amongst medical health care professionals. However, a recent study from the Obesity Journal has found that training can easily influence this attitude.

A spokesperson from Quoteboffin, a life insurance comparison site, announced that the company was among those backing the journal’s calls for implementing the training. They added: “Sometimes people don’t even realise they have a prejudice and they think they are working impartially, however when their actions are looked at more closely, a different picture emerges.

“It’s important that all people receive the medical car, compassion and attention they need no matter what their conditions.”

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Quoteboffin.co.uk Encourages Women To Take Vitamin And Calcium Supplements To Cut Breast Cancer Risk

Vitamin supplements have been in for a hard time in recent years, with some health professionals claiming they have little effect on overall health. However, a new study has found that vitamin and calcium supplements could help women cut their risk of breast cancer by up to a third.

Quoteboffin.co.uk Encourages Women To Take Vitamin And Calcium Supplements To Cut Breast Cancer Risk

The research, which examined the diet and health of 700 women, found that those with nutrients added to their diet were up to 40 per cent less likely to develop breast cancer. In a report from the Scotsman, lead researcher of the study, Professor Jaime Matta, made it clear that it wasn’t a case of immediate protection, but rather a long-term effect.

Health insurance site Quoteboffin.co.uk has stated its hope that the study will prompt an uptake in the consumption of vitamin and calcium supplements in women across the country. A spokesperson explained: “Breast cancer can be a devastating illness for sufferers and it’s very encouraging to hear news of this study from the Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto Rico.

“If a simple supplement can help women cut the risk of them developing breast cancer in the future then we strongly advise they think seriously about it.”

The study analysed 268 women with breast cancer and 457 healthy controls and discovered that vitamin supplements could cut the risk of breast cancer by up to 30 per cent, and that the danger could be cut by up to 40 per cent when combined with calcium supplements.

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