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Health insurance does nothing to make you safe. It just means you can afford decent medical care when you aren't.
Health insurance assures financial security to you and your family during times of medical emergency. Unexpected medical emergency can strike anyone, anytime. Thus a health insurance policy is a risk cover and hence every individual should buy one for him and his family. Health Insurance policies like Max Bupa Health Insurance which is the leading provider of mediclaim insurance in India also provides cover for maternity expenses and new born baby. Visit www.maxbupa.com/ for more information on the same.
Health insurance doesn't make a person safer, in fact, the opposite may be true. Without insurance, one would be less inclined to do something that might cause them to need to use that insurance. The only 'assurance' of safety would be your own common sense really.
Is health insurance is the most important for your safety?
First off you need to learn how to form a sentence...
Secondly, someone with enough knowledge and wisdom of life would not need, want or require health insurance.
health insurance is a waste of money- unless you know something that your not telling the rest of us, or that you participate in sky diving, deep sea diving or something else i can't think of right now. Medical insurance is something quite different esp. if you live in America or travel a lot then yes it is advisable to cover yourself.
Health Insurance does nothing for your safety, using caution and taking care of yourself does, however, accident's do happen as do illnesses and disease.
Health Insurance exists for you to spend your money in case you get ill, have an accident or come down with a disease, and can't afford to pay the medical bill.
I wont go into the reasons behind high Health Insurance costs....too numerous and I'm sure some of my views are too controversial for a friendly site like HP.
What a weird thread. I'm English. If anything happens to me, I'm looked after. I live in Spain. I'm looked after. I'm an insulin dependent diabetic. Are you all Americans or something?
by OLYHOOCH5 years ago
This is just one of many Re-plys, I receive each day. I thought I might share this one with you,,,,, Thanks. And from one of my favorite pundits, Stella Paul, more motivation to work our tails off in this election...
by backporchstories5 years ago
I know in my life, I can not afford health insurance until a job with decent pay comes my way. I have been unemployeed for eight months now and find work hard to come by in my tiny neck of the woods here in...
by ElSeductor5 years ago
Why are some people so eager to take away healthcare for people with pre-existing conditions?
by Alexander A. Villarasa4 years ago
What does one expect of a piece of legislation that was voted on, and passed both by the Senate and Congress, signed into law by Pres. Obama, and certified by the Supreme Court as being constitutional? High...
by Catherine Tally4 years ago
Do you avoid necessary medical tests and check-ups?Does the high expense or poor insurance coverage keep you from seeking care?
by Peeples5 years ago
Curious as to what people who are against everyone having healthcare think should be done for those who really can't afford healthcare. What are the other options? Continue down the same road we are on now?
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