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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog about the annual “Point in Time” homeless count.

Last night, I joined hundreds of volunteers canvassing the streets of Washington for D.C.'s annual "Point-in-Time" homeless count.

Read a blog about Mucky Duck’s #GetCovered story.

We think that the SHOP Marketplace is a valuable tool for our business.

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Read a blog post about supporting nursing moms at work.

The HHS Office on Women’s Health is helping new moms with breastfeeding, even after they return to work.

Read a blog post about the importance of getting covered through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

I encourage all Americans -- including AAPIs across the country -- to learn more, get engaged, and enroll in health coverage through the Marketplace.

Vivek H. Murthy, MD, MBA, U.S. Surgeon General

Let’s carry on the efforts of the last half century to put an end to the tobacco epidemic.

tobacco | smoking | youth
Read a blog post about winter storm preparedness.

If you know what to look for and plan in advance, you have a better chance of staying healthy and helping those around you weather the storm.

Read a blog post about Eric’s #GetCovered story.

Don’t gamble with your health. You can find a plan that fits your budget and your lifestyle at

Read a blog post about progress we’re making towards achieving better care and healthier people.

Today, for the first time, we are setting clear goals – and establishing a clear timeline – for moving from volume to value in Medicare payments.

Read a blog post about National Drug Facts Week.

This year, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is hosting the fifth annual National Drug Facts Week, from Jan. 26 through Feb. 1.

Read a blog post about how the Affordable Care Act benefits women.

For women like Elena, Yvonne and Rachel who pursue the jobs they love, affordable coverage gives them peace of mind and access to quality care.