Give the Gift of Life

Doctor showing a young hospital patient a model heartAs you know, February 14 was Valentine's Day. What you may not have known is that it was also National Donor Day. On National Donor Day, we remember and honor those who have donated organs, tissue, marrow, and blood, as well as encourage all Americans to give the gift of life by becoming a donor.

One Woman's Story: Finding Affordable Health Coverage

Woman triumphantly smilingDo you plan for the unexpected? I do — with health insurance. What's great about health insurance is that it not only gives you access to routine care, but it serves as a safety net, protecting you from high, unforeseen medical costs if you get sick or hurt.

That's why Stefania Fochi was relieved to learn she could find affordable, quality coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

One Woman's Story: Living With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Lindsey McGrathAt least 1 million Americans are living with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), also known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). ME/CFS strikes more people in the United States than multiple sclerosis, lupus, and many forms of cancer, and anyone can develop it. However, ME/CFS is four times more likely to occur in women than in men.

One Woman's Story: Living With a Disability

Nicole SmallWomen can be affected by many different types of disabilities, each of which presents a unique set of challenges. Disabilities can impact a woman's ability to move, see, or even communicate. While disabilities may make everyday activities more challenging, that doesn't mean that women living with disabilities can't enjoy healthy, productive lives.