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The federal No Surprises Act went into effect on Jan. 1, 2022. This law aims to reduce surprise medical bills. It also helps you understand your health care costs before you get care.
Ever since you were diagnosed with diabetes, you test your blood sugar daily. So why do you need an A1c test every few months?
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This flu season is going to be challenging. Don’t wait until you get the flu. Do your part now to prevent spreading the virus!