Dear HCCUA Members:
With flu activity at an all-time high in over 24 regions it
is more important than ever that you make sure you are taking good care of
yourself. Believe it or not, it’s not too late to still get the flu shot and is
highly recommended by doctors even towards the end of flu season. During this
time of colder weather, it is vital that we take proper precautions towards
cold and flu season which is most common during December through March. Under
these kinds of conditions it is easy to catch the common cold or flu because
defenses are down, we get less vitamin D from being indoors more often and
people have the tendency to fall out of daily routines like eating right and
Continue reading “March 2020 Newsletter”
Fighting a cold or the flu is a horrible feeling —
especially when trying to keep up with your daily routines! It is important
that you practice some common cold prevention tips to reduce the chance of
catching anything during cold and flu season:
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- Washing your hands frequently.
approximately eight hours of sleep every night to keep your defenses up in your
- Making time
for regular workouts.
- Giving yourself
- Drinking at least six to eight glasses of
water a day.
- Taking daily vitamins.
a flu shot during the months of October through April (peak season for colds
4 medium zucchini, washed and trimmed
1 lb. medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
Freshly ground black pepper
2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 small onion, choped
1/2 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes
1 1/2 c. dry white wine
Juice and zest of 1 lemon
3 tbsp. cold butter, cut into 3 pieces
1/4 c. chopped fresh parsley
1 lemon, thinly sliced
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Members beware!!! Identity theft has procreated on a whole
other level with a malicious new crime known as medical identity theft. Studies
have shown that over two million Americans have already been victimized by this
crime and just within the past year this crime has increased by 22 percent,
leaving approximately 500,000 people affected.
Continue reading “Medical Identity Theft”
Dear HCCUA Members:
With tax season in full effect, many
people try filing on their own taxes. The best thing to do is hire a
professional that knows all the applicable laws, regulations and proper
deductions. Hiring a professional could potentially save you money, ensure
proper refunds, and can also prevent you from making costly mistakes.
Continue reading “February 2020 Newsletter”
Identity theft has turned out to be a serious problem
worldwide, affecting hundreds of thousands of people each year. The majority is
under the impression that identity theft may never happen to them, however,
this is untrue! The average number of U.S. identity fraud victims in 2018 fell
to 14.4 million annually; while 2019 is still under calculations. Identity
thieves are getting smarter, have all the relevant means to use your personal
data against you, and are getting out of control!
Continue reading “Is Your Identity Safe?”
Dear HCCUA Members:
We would like to wish you and your families a
healthy and prosperous NEW YEAR!
As we reflect on the past year and consider what is
in stored for 2020, think about the positive things in your life and what makes
you truly happy.
As a member of HCCUA you have access to many
exciting benefits, and we hope you are taking full advantage of those benefits
and the information at your fingertips that can help you lead a happier,
healthier life. We are here to assist you any way possible, especially when
life throws a curve ball!
Continue reading “January 2020 Newsletter”
all of our desserts there is no added sugar and it’s totally raw!
Chop in food processor
soaked & dehydrated walnuts then add:
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1 T vanilla, ½ t stevia and 1 T water
Process and pulse until mixture forms a ball
(Do not over process)
Open Enrollment is finally here and you only have till
December 15 to get a new coverage! Whether you are thinking of purchasing a new
insurance policy or replacing a policy that did not fit your needs, HCCUA wants
all members to understand that we are here to help you make the right choice.
Continue reading “December 2019 Newsletter”
attack. Stroke. These critical illnesses may require
extensive treatment, endless visits to doctors and/or specialists, and long
term hospital stays. Sometimes even with health insurance, the large medical
bills can be overwhelming.
Continue reading “Critical Illness”