• Self Care

    Some forms of self care include:

    Walking

    Prayer

    Meditation

    Exercise

    Journaling

    Spending time in nature

    Nutrition

    Starting a new hobb

    Gardening

  • Health Insurance

    If You do not qualify for health insurance through your employer and have low income, then You may qualify for Medicaid.

    per usa.gov/medicaid:

    Applying for Medicaid and CHIP

    Medicaid provides health insurance for people with a low income. The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) covers children. Learn about eligibility and how to apply.

    To Find out if you are eligible for Medicaid

    Medicaid provides free or low-cost medical benefits to eligible:

    • Adults with a low income
    • Children
    • People who are pregnant
    • People age 65 or over
    • People with disabilities

    Find and check with your state‚Äôs Medicaid agency to see if you or your family members are eligible. Each state has its own requirements.

    In general, eligibility depends on at least one or a combination of:

    • Age
    • Income level
    • Number of people in your family
    • If you are pregnant or have a disability

    How to apply for Medicaid

    You can apply for Medicaid any time of year in one of the following ways:

  • Vitamin D

    VItamin D is important for immune function, bone formation, calcium absorption. Natural sources include:

    tuna

    egg yolks

    sardines

    cheese

    mushrooms

    cereals

    orange juice

    yogurt

    cod liver oil