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Managing Multiple Health Conditions at the Same Time

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5 Ways to Make Your Next Doctor's Visit Easier

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Are You At Risk of Heart Disease?

Keep your heart as healthy as possible by taking the following steps.

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Conflict in Healthcare: Why It Happens and How to Resolve It

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Private Healthcare Options

Your Health Is Worth It: An Overview of Private Healthcare Options

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7 Symptoms You Don’t Want To Ignore

Here are a few symptoms that may not seem unusual, but are worth mentioning to your doctor.

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Are You Delaying Treatment? Here Are 8 Reasons to Make Your Health a Priority

8 reasons we hear most, along with our recommendations for addressing these common concerns.

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BHA Welcomes Eeva Caldara, MS, FNP-BC

We're excited to announce that Eeva Caldara, MS, FNP-BC, has joined the Better Health Advisors team.

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Starting a New Exercise Plan? Read This First

Here are 5 things you can do to get started safely.

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Our Most-Read Newsletters of 2021 2021: The Year in Health

To close out the year, we took a look back at which newsletters were most popular with our readers in 2021.

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Stories

Getting an Overwhelmed Executive Back on Track

Tom, a 49-year-old executive in Manhattan, was in treatment for Parkinson’s disease, but he wasn't sure it was working. He came to Better Health Advisors to explore his options and get help managing his medical bills. Read Tom's story.

Tom, 49
Executive, Manhattan

Managing a Stage 4 Cancer Diagnosis

Laura, 52, was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer. She also has moderate Parkinson’s disease. Her daughter, Meredith, called Better Health Advisors because she was concerned about her mother's care. Read Laura’s story.

Laura, 52
Analyst, Long Beach

Overcoming an Addiction to Pain Medication

Rachel, 48,  was referred to Better Health Advisors by a friend, because she needed help controlling her chronic pain. She was unable to work or participate in social activities, but didn't realize she had developed an opioid addiction. Read Rachel’s story.

Rachel, 48
Paralegal, Chicago
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