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Understanding Insurance

We break down everything you need to know about health insurance and Felix.

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Serving you during COVID-19

An Important Update on our Services: Policies, practices and our collective health during the Pandemic

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Understanding your Refill Schedule

If you’re a Felix patient, you don’t have to worry about having to remember, as we automate prescription refills for you.

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What makes Felix legit?

It’s totally understandable to feel a little skeptical about getting a prescription medication online.

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Allergies 101

It’s a question millions of people ask each spring: How do I get rid of my allergies? We take a look at what allergies are, and your best options to eliminate their symptoms.

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Telemedicine Explained

Well-designed telehealth programs can improve health care access and outcomes.

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Birth Control for Acne: What You Need to Know

Acne — especially when you’re still getting it as an adult — can be very frustrating. If you haven’t tried birth control as an option to treat your acne, it might be a great next step. Many people find that birth control pills actually treat their hormonal acne better than other topical medications.

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Meet Dr. Kelly Anderson, Medical Director at Felix

She is passionate about providing high-quality and accessible patient care through telemedicine.

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Introducing Mental Health Services at Felix

Five months ago, we asked Felix subscribers which service we could add that would most make a difference to their lives. The response was clear. Almost 50% of customers chose mental health — far more than any other option.

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Blood Pressure: What It Is and Why We Need to Ask

If you’ve started a Felix online assessment, you will probably have seen that we ask for your blood pressure in some categories. That’s because your blood pressure is important to help our healthcare practitioners decide which medications might be right for you.

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