Niu Student Health Insurance

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A health insurance guide for N.YU/ Ithaca College students

If you are an N.YU or Ithaca College student, it is important to have health insurance. The cost of health insurance can be expensive, and having coverage can help protect yourself and your family if you become seriously ill or injured. Fortunately, there are a number of options available to N.YU and Ithaca College students. (more…)

A diary of various important life events and what you can do to be more prepared

If you’re like most college students, you’re probably wondering how your health insurance policy will work. Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know: Mandatory health coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is now available to all Americans who are able to legally work. If you’re not covered through your job, you can purchase a policy through an exchange. There are three types of health insurance available through exchanges: bronze, silver, and gold plans. The bronze plans cover 60% of allmedical expenses, the silver plans cover 90%, and the gold plans cover 100%. However, all plans have some limitations. For example, the gold plan doesn’t cover drug costs, and the bronze and silver plans don’t offer maternity coverage. The best way to find out if you’re eligible for health insurance through an exchange is to visit healthcare.gov or call 1-800-318-2596. You can also call your state GetCare program to find out if there is a specific plan that meets your needs. Once you know what type of health insurance you need,

Tips and tricks on managing your health

If you’re like most college students, you’re probably constantly on the go and don’t have a lot of time to take care of your health. That’s why it’s important to learn about how to manage your health and stay healthy so that you can continue enjoying all the activities you love while pursuing your education. Here are some tips to help you get started: 1. Eat balanced meals. When you eat a balanced meal, not only will you be getting essential nutrients, but you’ll also be reducing the risk of developing obesity and other chronic diseases. Try to eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. 2. Exercise regularly. Exercise not only keeps your body healthy and fit, but it also reduces stress levels and can improve mental well-being. Try to find an exercise routine that you enjoy and do it at least three times a week for 30 minutes each time. 3. Get enough sleep. Most people need at least seven hours of sleep per night to feel good, but many college students struggle to get that much sleep on campus because of the noise or busy schedules. Make sure to disconnect from electronics before bed and tryuddle in for as few minutes as possible so that you