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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What can FDA do to address relief shortages?
    FDA responds to potential drug shortages by taking actions to address their underlying causes and to enhance product availability. FDA determines how best to address each shortage situation based on its cause and the public health risk associated with the shortage. For manufacturing/quality problems, FDA works with the firm to address the issues. P
  • Who is covered by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA)?
    OHSA applies to almost every worker, supervisor, employer and workplace in Ontario, including workplace owners, constructors and suppliers of equipment or materials to workplaces covered by the Act. OHSA does not apply to: 1) Work done by the owner or occupant, or a servant, in a private residence or on the connected land[Section 3(1)]; 2) Workplac
  • Where can I get alternative health resources from?
    National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine, EBSCO Health are some of the online sites where you can easily get resources related to alternative health.
  • where can i get free health resources from?
    You can find all of the health resources you need online. Additionally, there are many clinics that also provide these resources for less.
  • Can you give some herbal remedies for heartburn & severe acid reflux?
    Some tips to relieve you from heartburn & severe acid reflux include 1)A spoonful of baking soda 2)Aloe juice 3)A banana or an apple 4)Gingerroot tea 5)Chewing Gum
  • Where can I file a complaint about my health insurance?
    If youre not satisfied with how your insurance company addresses your complaint, every state has an insurance department to help with questions or complaints. To find out more, contact your state insurance department. Ask if your state has a consumer assistance program that can help you file an appeal. The National Patient Advocate Foundation may b
  • What types of health insurance are available?
    There are different plans designed to suit specific need. These include: Major Plans - This type of policy is usually effective in covering serious illness or injury where costs are high. Hospital care, remedies and doctor's visits, are usually covered. It includes Indemnity plans, Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plans, Health Maintenance Org
  • What should you look for in an insurance company?
    In addition to being financially secure, the life insurance company you choose should have a good claims payment history and good customer service. Independent sources such as A.M. Best Company rate insurance companies. HSBC works with insurance carriers who have a rating of A- rating or better by the A.M. Best Company.
  • What if you already have insurance coverage?
    Even if you already have a life insurance policy, it's a good idea to review it periodically to make sure it still meets your overall needs. There are times in life you need to take a look at your financial situation, such as if you: Were recently married or divorced Had or adopted a child (or became a grandparent) Have children or grandchildren wh
  • Why do you need health insurance?
    It's no secret that health care is expensive today. The government says the cost to treat a broken leg can run $7,500 and an average three-day stay can set you back $30,000. Without insurance, many Americans would be one health setback away from financial ruin. Regularly paying a set premium for health coverage assures that money will be available