Health Insurance Dissected…Lighten Up!
Yin and Yang come to mind, when I’m pondering health insurance. Two separate parts that are opposite, but cannot exist without one another. With that said, it is extremely important that you stay healthy and are protected, should you need medical attention. This is pretty much inevitable, as at one point or another you are going to get sick and I can guarantee it’s going to whack you when you least expect it.
So it’s not a question of whether or not you need health insurance, it’s ensuring you get the coverage you need, for the best rate possible.
The ‘seriousness’ of health insurance is the Yin. So where’s the Yang?
Well the Yang of the health insurance industry is the humor, or lightheartedness that’s always been there, but often overlooked. This lightness balances things out, as it works against the ‘serious’ side of health insurance.
Today I’m going to ignore the ‘stresses’ surrounding health insurance and focus on the funny side, with a few weird and funny medical facts, to get those endorphins pumping!
- Did you know that Queen Victoria ordered a few joints from her doctor to combat menstrual cramps? ( LMAO…You rock! )
- Were you aware that some people have died from paper cuts? You see, the cut gets infected and if not treated, you can die. ( I’m proud to shout out to the world that I am a survivor, although that really freaks me out! )
- Do you believe your thumb and your nose are the same length? ( I didn’t tell you to prove it! I asked if you believe! )
- Did you know that undertakers report that dead bodies decompose slower today, than they used to? They believe that all the preservatives we are eating, is causing this change. ( Take that, all you health freaks! I’ve got scientific proof there is at least one benefit to eating junk food! )
There…you’re smiling! Now go and balance this out by getting your Yin. Make sure you’ve got the health insurance coverage that works for you, cuz you just never know when life is going to throw your a curve ball.
June 28, 2011
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