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“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.
Ten reasons for using a Life Insurance Broker
We have collected our Ten reasons for using a Life Insurance Broker. Finding the correct life insurance policy can be easy, difficult, impossible, or just extremely frustrating depending on how much time you have to research it and the people who you end up talking to on the phone. Each person you phone with regards to a policy is going to try and get you to sign their policy by telling you about all of the good things, while conveniently glossing over some of the not so good things. Unless you are an expert at reading contract language you may have signed for something you may not have wanted. This is where an insurance broker comes in.
Life Insurance for Cancer Sufferers
Insurance companies are in the profession of making money from their policies. They take a gamble on each policy they issue that they will gain more in premiums then they will be required to pay out in claims. It is not in an insurances company’s best interest to take on a policy that is likely to require a higher pay-out, than the amount paid in. So, how to you get Life Insurance for Cancer Sufferers if the risk is increased?
With regards to life insurance this poses a problem for people who are known to have existing medical conditionals, inherited diseases, or are diagnosed as critically ill (or any other factor that may reduce their life expectancy).