Spring Health and Wellness Resources for Booksellers

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The American Booksellers Association’s health coverage partner LIG Solutions wants booksellers to stay healthy this spring. The following resources are meant to help expand your health and wellness awareness and increase your knowledge about new health insurance solutions/legislation.

LIG Health and Wellness Round-Up: Spring 2022 Edition

Healthy living, healthy eating, and mental health tips that could help keep your health care cost down when paired with the benefits of your health coverage!

Have You Had Your Annual Wellness Visit for 2022?

This is your reminder to use your health coverage benefits for your annual wellness visit, dental cleaning, vision exam, or any preventive care.

These 14 Things Can Make You More Likely to Have A Stroke, According to the American Heart Association

Some stroke risk factors are genetic, true, but we’ll help you discover which factors you can control — and how to make healthier lifestyle choices to reduce your risk.

What Is Short-Term Health Insurance?

This temporary coverage helps to protect you from large medical bills during a lapse in a permanent health coverage solution, but is it best for you?

SilverSneakers Can Help You Earn College Tuition for Loved Ones

Did you know that earning college tuition money at participating SilverSneakers locations can turn your fitness endeavors into a scholarship? Simply sign up for the Tuition Rewards program and work out at participating SilverSneakers fitness facilities.

LIG Solutions can help booksellers review their health coverage options — contact the team at LIG today. For more information about ABA’s partnership with LIG Solutions, see these frequently asked questions.

*Disclaimer: Medicare is available to some individuals under the age of 65 in limited circumstances. LIG Solutions is not affiliated with the U.S. government or federal Medicare program. LIG Solutions complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.