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Anyone can get injuries, accidents or adverse health situations anytime. Heavy medical bills, medical equipment charges, doctor’s fee and other related expenses that comes suddenly in life is not easy to maintain with routine incomes.
If you are what insurance companies term "young and invincible"—that is, under the age of 30 with no health problems—it should be cheaper to shop for an individual policy. Those who have just graduated from college and hope to get a job within the next year can buy what the industry calls "gap insurance," a medical plan designed for coverage of six months or so that costs about $30 to $40 a month
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