The public health system is not working as it should be, which is why many people opt for private healthcare plans. Paying for a monthly membership plan that is not exactly low-priced, they expect high quality healthcare and quick access to different specialists. Does it really work that way? Do…
In this exclusive iPMI Magazineinterview, Christopher Knight, CEO, iPMI Magazine, met with SIR Zahal Levy, President of MediHelp International. They discuss in detail MediHelp International iPMI plans, developments and markets plus where the iPMI market is heading, and the affect of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please introduce yourself and background in the international private medical insurance…
A digital nomad – sounds cool! You quit your corporate job, you are free, you win new clients and stubbornly pursue your goals. You pack your laptop, mobile phone, small suitcase and… off you go! The world is truly beautiful, and you can work from any place around it. Porto…
Health care in Poland is insurance-based and is delivered through a publicly funded health care system. It is free for all the citizens if their health insurance is paid for by their employer, or are the spouse or child of an insured person.
Since fear, worry and stress are absolutely common reactions to perceived or real threats or at times of uncertainty, it is natural that people are experiencing all or any of the above during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Is your insurance premium reasonable? Is your price fair? Can we do anything to lower your insurance costs? What is the professional process that calculates the price of your insurance plan?
Getting pregnant may be easier when you stick to good eating habits – researchers say.
In overweight women, the risk of diabetes increases regardless of pregnancy.
Stress and fatigue are possibly our best buddies nowadays. We are kind of trying to eat healthily and have eight hours of sleep per day, yet nothing seems to be working.
It has been said increasingly over the recent years that probiotics should be used not only during antibiotic therapy, but also in many other instances in our lives. Can good bacteria actually contribute to boosting our health?