Health insurance premiums 14 percent higher for smokers

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A report has also shown that obese adults are paying 22 percent more for their medical coverage. The results of an eHealth, Inc., study have been released in a report that functions as an addendum to the one that it issued two months ago, called “November 2012 Cost and Benefits”, and has shown that smokers and obese individuals are paying higher monthly health insurance premiums than their non-smoking and lower BMI counterparts. On average, these individuals are shelling out a significantly larger amount due to their increased risk factors. According…

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