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  • Eat Your Way to a Healthy Heart

    Eat Your Way to a Healthy Heart

    Posted: March 21, 2017 10:00 am   

    Recently, personal trainer to the stars and Biggest Loser celebrity, Bob Harper, had a massive heart attack.  The news shocked the world and it got me thinking...WOW; this really can happen to anyone no matter how fit and healthy you are!  Kind of scary and it also got me thinking …
    • Happy Healthy Hump Day: Snacks are a Good Thing!

      Happy Healthy Hump Day: Snacks are a Good Thing!

      Posted: March 8, 2017 10:00 am   

      Snacks are a Good Thing! Hey, Bobbi, your Happy Healthy Hump Day registered dietitian here again. Today’s thought is all about snacking. My munchkins are snackers. Why? Because, they have activities such as wrestling, horseback riding, girl scouts and piano lessons that mess with our meal …
      • Congress Must Protect Employer-Sponsored Health Care

        Congress Must Protect Employer-Sponsored Health Care

        Posted: March 7, 2017 10:00 am   

        Congress Must Protect Employer-Sponsored Health Care By Amy Mutter, President of the local VAHU Chapter and State Legislative Chair   Most Virginia employers and employees are unaware of efforts on Capitol Hill to eliminate or cap the employer tax exclusion under employer-sponsored health …
        • Health Insurance Brokers Cut Through the Political Clutter

          Health Insurance Brokers Cut Through the Political Clutter

          Posted: October 19, 2016 10:00 am   

          Amy Mutter is the legislative chair of the Virginia Association of Health Underwriters and serves as a licensed insurance agent and customer service representative here at Innovative Insurance Group in Roanoke. It is rare for a small business owner or an individual to have a candid face-to-face …
          • Health Insurance Rebates

            Health Insurance Rebates

            Posted: September 22, 2016 10:00 am   

            Checks due to you by 09/30/2016!   The Affordable Care Act (ACA) sets limits on how much insurers can spend on administrative costs, marketing, and other non-health care-related costs. This is called the Medical Loss Ratio (MLR), if the minimum MLR threshold is not met within a market …

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