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You can’t copy and paste a human. Even identical twins aren’t the exact same person. Everybody is different … and faces different health challenges. Between heart disease, sprained ankles, and eye issues, health problems are as common as they are varied. But you don’t need to face the costs of these health problems alone. Insurance has got your back.

Make the Right Call: Top Insurance Solutions for Common Health Problems [copy] ● Problem: Heart attack | In the U.S., someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds ○ Solution: Critical illness insurance ● Problem: Kidney disease | A massively under-recognized condition, kidney disease affects 37 million people in the U.S. ○ Solution: Critical illness insurance ● Problem: Cancer | Roughly 1 in 3 Black Americans will get cancer ○ Solution: Cancer insurance ● Problem: Sports injury | 9 in 10 student-athletes report suffering a sports-related injury ○ Solution: Accident insurance ● Problem: Toothache | Most people experience oral health problems ○ Solution: Dental insurance ● Problem: Blurry vision | Over 197 million American adults need vision correction ○ Solution: Vision insurance

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[1] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Heart Disease Facts.” Reviewed 7.15.2022. Accessed 8.17.2022.
[2] National Kidney Foundation. “Kidney Disease: The Basics.” Accessed 8.17.2022.
[3] American Cancer Society. “Cancer Facts & Figures for African American/Black People 2022-2024.” Published 2022. Accessed 8.17.2022.
[4] Weinstein Legal. “Surprising Statistics About Injuries In High School Sports.” Updated 5.3.2022. Accessed 8.17.2022.
[5] Aegis Dental Network. “Americans Are Not Getting the Dental Care They Need, According to a National CareQuest Institute Survey.” Published 4.28.2022. Accessed 8.17.2022.
[6] The Vision Council. “Organizational Overview.” Published 2021. Accessed 8.17.2022.