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Women specific critical illnesses and how to cover yourself financially

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Oct, 2019

Women specific critical illnesses and how to cover yourself financially

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Being a woman, you are the pillar of strength for the entire family. As the caregiver and nurturer of the family you singlehandedly take care of numerous responsibilities in addition to pressing work commitments. You not only take care of home but equally share the workload at office. In doing all this, more than often you forget about your health. The way you take care of the health of your family members, you need to take equal care for yourself too. It is the lack of awareness amongst women that […]

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Critical Illness Policy – Things to Consider

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May, 2015

Critical Illness Policy – Things to Consider

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Most people assume that their health insurance plan covers everything. This might not be true. There are many critical illnesses with high treatment costs which cannot be covered by a hospitalization policy. Acute illnesses such as cancer, tumors or strokes can lead to huge financial losses, change in lifestyle or permanent disability. This is when a Critical Illness plan can come to your rescue. Critical illness plan is a benefit policy that provide lump sum compensation equivalent to the sum insured of your plan when diagnosed with critical illnesses. If […]

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Cancer: Myths and Facts

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Feb, 2014

Cancer: Myths and Facts

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Cancer is one of the harshest diseases that a person can contract. It is extremely difficult to treat, and can take a toll on the psyche of both the sufferer and their loved ones. Here we dissolve a few myths about cancer, because forewarned is always forearmed. Myth 1: We don’t need to talk about cancer Truth: Whilst cancer can be a difficult topic to address, particularly in some cultures and settings, dealing with the disease openly can improve outcomes at an individual, community and policy level. Investing in prevention […]

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