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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about how millions of Americans stand to benefit from Affordable Care Act tax credits to get covered.
Research shows that about half of the remaining uninsured don’t know that premium tax credits are available to keep coverage affordable.
Read a blog post about the latest CDC Vital Signs on syringe services.
According to the latest CDC Vital Signs, only 1 in 4 people who inject drugs (PWID) in 22 US cities reported getting all their needles from sterile sources.
Read a blog post about how millions of Americans stand to benefit from Affordable Care Act tax credits to get covered.
Mental and substance use disorders can increase vulnerability to acquiring HIV infection and they can pose serious barriers to successful management of HIV.
Read a blog about Mina’s #CoverageMatters story.
Some of the people I’ve helped enroll feel healthy like I once did, but I remind them that even healthy individuals need coverage.
Read a blog post about how we’re measuring the threat of antibiotic resistance.
The work of the HHS Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships makes a difference because it impacts real people with real challenges.
Read a blog post about the Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ campaign and risks, signs, and symptoms of blood clots.
My success with Ice Cream Jubilee is more possible because I am confident that I can get quality, affordable health care as a small business owner.
Read a blog post about the #CoverageMatters social media campaign.
HHS is launching a new campaign to help you tell us what health coverage means for you and your loved ones. Share your story using #CoverageMatters.
Read an HHS Blog.
We’re asking people to raise awareness about children living in foster care and the power of adoption.
Read a blog post about our work to address shortages of behavioral health professionals.
Under the most conservative projections, by 2025, shortages are projected in a number of key behavioral health professions.
Read a blog post about our work to ensure that pain is treated as a public health problem.
Through the National Pain Strategy, we believe that we can lessen our patients’ pain, while keeping them safe.

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