3 Tips To Bring Your Medical Insurance Premiums Within Your Means

If you’re a business owner, you won’t have enough time to look after your health. It is quite important for you to purchase a medical insurance policy so that, your medical costs are taken care of by the medical insurance company. Since few years it has been found that medical insurance premiums are rising up much faster than the household incomes. According to the reports of the Common Wealth Fund, the total coverage for the family premiums have raised up to 50% from 2003 to 2010 and the annual share of the premiums of the employee have risen up to 63%. In such a situation, if you follow certain tips, then you’re medical insurance premium costs will stay within your means.
3 Tips to make your medical insurance premiums affordable
Read on to know how you’ll be able to reduce the cost of your premiums.
1. Stay healthy:
Before you buy a medical insurance policy, you must take care of your health. Since health is wealth, you must keep it fit. Quit your smoking and drinking habits, follow a healthy diet and do your exercise regularly. This will help you keep yourself fit. try to purchase a medical insurance policy at the time when you’re fit and don’t require much medical attention or hospitalization. At this point of time you’ll not be regarded as a risk to your insurance company. Thus, you’ll be able purchase a medical insurance policy at an affordable rate.
2. Increase your deductible:
When you’ll purchase a medical insurance policy, try to increase your deductible amount. If you’re healthy and fit, then it will be beneficial for you as it will help you lower your monthly premiums. But if you’re condition is such that you have to visit frequently to the hospital, then you this strategy won’t work for you.
3. Formulate your medical insurance policy:
You must check your medical insurance policy in order to know whether or not, your policy includes any unnecessary extras. If you find any, then you must ask the insurance company to remove it. Ask them to remove the vision, dental or mental coverage from your policy. This will help you reduce your premium costs.
Lastly, try to purchase other insurance from the same company so that, you’re able to get the discounts. Ask your insurance company whether or not, you’ll be able to bundle you medical insurance policy with any other policy. If it is possible, then you’ll be able to avail certain discounts which will help you lower your premium costs.
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Florida: The Silver Tour – Teaching Seniors the Benefits of Medical Marijuana – October 4, 2011 10 AMFlorida: The Silver Tour -

Silver Tour: Century Village Program (PDF)

There is a truth that must be heard! Teaching Seniors the Benefits of Medical Marijuana – Century Village, Florida – October 4, 2011 10AM

Robert Platshorn – Presenter – Director of Florida NORML, Founder of the Silver Tour, Author of Black Tuna Diaries. Featured in the hit film, Square Grouper Robert founded the largest chain of schools in Europe. Once he returned home he became the second largest distributor of Breyers Ice Cream. Robert smuggled marijuana from Colombia in the 1970′s and spent 30 yrs in prison for a non-violent pot offense.

In regards to Robert Plashorn, the late, great Billy Mays said “Bobby Platshorn is a legendary pitchman and one of the all time greats”.

Dr Julie Holland – Video – Attending Psychiatrist, Bellevue Hospital New York, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine. Dr. Holland has appeared on; The Today Show, Good Morning America, Peter Jenning and Live with Paula Zahn. She will present an introduction to medical marijuana that is the most comprehensive consensus of physicians and researchers.

Karen Goldstein – University of Bridgeport – National Director of NORML. (National Organization to Reform Marijuana Laws) Karen is an activist and parent of a medical marijuana patient. She will address medical marijuana for Epilepsy and vision.

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Dab of the Day, Episode 31 ‘Boat Dabbin’

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Demand Builds To End Drug War: 1,000 To Attend Conference

​By Tony NewmanDirector of Media RelationsDrug Policy AllianceEvery day we read and hear about the horrors of the failed drug war in newspapers and on TV. There is the tragic bloodbath in Mexico where more than 50,000 people have been killed since President Calderon launched his “surge” against the drug traffickers five years ago. We see our state and local governments struggling to pay teachers while our prisons are exploding with people with nonviolent drug offenses at a price tag of $ 50,000 per person. We hear about the overdose crisis where more people are now dying from preventable overdoses than from car accidents. That’s the bad news.The good news is that there is a growing movement bubbling up across the country that will help us find an exit strategy to this unwinnable war. Do you want to feel the momentum for change and be a part of the solution? Join the more than 1,000 people from around the world who will come together in Los Angeles at the International Drug Policy Reform conference on November 2nd – 5th.

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Jay-Hova Thinks You Young Rapsters are Too High

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TVNZ- Jay-Z believes the hip hop genre has become “more mellow” because some of his peers are smoking marijuana.

“Public Enemy were a great force in the 80s. Chuck D was a powerful speaker and a great thinker. The intensity of life on the street in the 80s is right there in that mix. Hip hop sounds get mellower in the 90s, when people started smoking more weed,” he said.

Okay well maybe that’s not exactly what he meant. This article made me laugh a little, I can imagine Jay-Z shaking his head at all the young whippersnappers smoking these days. C’mon Jay remember when you “felt the high that you get from the La” back in 96? I’m sure Jay might still partake every once in a while, but he does make kind of a point. Although in my opinion, Rap hasn’t become totally more mellow, Stoner Rap has just spun off and become a huge sub-genre. You still got French Montana and the coke boys whipping up the white stuff, Gucci Mane and his other southern cohorts slanging pills in the trap houses, and Yelawolf guzzling whiskey and causing riots in the trailer parks, DMX still smoking crack and impersonating police officers.  Rap is so diverse these days and fueled by so many different things, you can’t really generalize all rap as weed rap. But you can generalize that 98% of rappers are smoking weed, cause that’s what rappers do best!


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2,707 comments - What do you think?  Posted by bosmolskate - October 11, 2011 at 11:28 pm

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Deconstructing The Ohio Medical Cannabis Act of 2012

Wouldn’t you know it, by the time I finally got around to deconstructing OMCA2012 [the Ohio Medical Cannabis Act], Grohio Attorney General Mike DeWine had beat me to it. Above and beyond the litany of “content flaws” DeWine found before summarily rejecting the amendment, the petition’s language was amateurish, written with a self-congratulatory tone — a double whammy that contributed mightily to its demise.
Cannabis Commerce

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2,294 comments - What do you think?  Posted by bosmolskate - October 10, 2011 at 9:16 am

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Kid Cudi Pro-Marijuana Ad

In addition to “6 Awesome Pro-Marijuana Ads” Rigo14 has sent me another image featuring Kid Cudi.

Check out his site here.




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2,678 comments - What do you think?  Posted by bosmolskate - October 9, 2011 at 2:40 pm

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The Totally DOPE Wallet by TheWalArt.com

There is an online store out there that is making wallets covered in huge graphics and I love their new product. “The Totally Dope Wallet” is exactly that, totally dope. The wallet’s front and back are covered with a realistic image of a marijuana baggie.

The wallet sells from their online store at Store.TheWalArt.com for $ 15 dollars. It’s a %100 percent recyclable material that’s made with %100 percent Vegan friendly materials (no leather).

At first glance the image looks completely real. There are no doubt droves of people who have been fooled into believing that the dime bag on the wallet was the real thing. If the pot stash is empty occasional glances at this wallet is enough to make it seem like a stray baggie of glorious herb as just been discovered. Of course in reality you’ll still be out of weed, and probably broke too if that’s the case.

Finally something to hold your green that looks like something you use to hold your other green. It’s a concept made in heaven. Check out The Wal Art and “The Totally Dope Wallet”.

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Rube Goldberg Bowl Packer [video]

This is how you pack bowls with style.  Created by reddit user Apollyphelion




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2,420 comments - What do you think?  Posted by bosmolskate - October 7, 2011 at 3:24 am

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Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Not Linked To Crime: RAND Study

​​The RAND Corporation on Tuesday issued a report dispelling the myth that there are inherent links between medical marijuana distribution centers and crime. The study upon which the RAND report is based claims that crime was as much as 60 percent greater around medical marijuana dispensaries that had been shut down by the City of Los Angeles compared to those areas with open dispensaries.”[W]e found no evidence that medical marijuana dispensaries in general cause crime to rise,” said Mireille Jacobson, the study’s lead author and a senior economist at RAND.RAND’s study, which challenges the common claim that medical marijuana dispensaries promote criminal activity, affirms the findings of patient advocates.

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3,034 comments - What do you think?  Posted by bosmolskate - September 21, 2011 at 12:04 am

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