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Can I Still Buy Life Insurance If I Have Diabetes?
If you have diabetes, you may wonder if it’s possible to secure a life insurance policy to protect your loved ones financially. The good news is that having diabetes does not necessarily disqualify you from obtaining life insurance coverage. While it may present some challenges, understanding the options available and working with the right insurance provider can help you find the right policy to meet your needs.
Understanding Diabetes and Life Insurance
Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Insurance companies assess the risk associated with diabetes based on factors such as your age, overall health, management of the condition, and any complications you may have. Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics have different considerations,
Strong Family Connections can Increase Life Expectancy
“The greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you” – Joyce Meyer
Over a century’s worth of research underscores the link between life expectancy, physical health and strong, healthy family connections. The researchers behind a new meta-analysis conclude family support can increase survival by up to 50 percent. Moreover, exercising or losing excess weight turns out to be less important to physical health than interpersonal social networks.
The researchers analyzed results of studies going back to the early 1900s with a total of 308,849 participants. Strong family connections were found to help improve health and extend life expectancy. This is done primarily by protecting individuals from stressful situations or establishing a standard of healthy living.
Don’t Leave Making A Will Too Late
Don’t leave making a Will too late
Making a will is one of the tasks that people tend to put off most. Also, it’s one of the main reasons why millions of dollars worth of assets left by loved ones don’t end up in the right hands. Don’t leave making a Will too late.
None of us like to talk about death and I can understand why. However, failing to make a Will can leave those left behind with significant problems and stress. Extra stress not needed at what is already a tough time.
You have spent a lifetime working hard to accrue wealth and property. Surely you want to have a say in who receives what when you die?