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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about the Health Care Learning & Action Network.

On Tuesday, Secretary Burwell joined President Obama and partners at the White House to kick off the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network.

Read a blog post about our plan to combat and prevent antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Today, the Administration is releasing the National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria (NAP).

Read a blog post about a new initiative to reduce opioid related injuries and deaths.

Our intention is clear: to save lives by preventing the misuse and abuse of prescription opioids and heroin use.

Read a blog post about how the tide is turning on Ebola.

Each patient who walked out confirmed that we were correct deciding to cross an ocean to help stop the spread of Ebola.

Read a blog post about LGBT Health Awareness Week.

We will continue to work for health equity for all Americans, during LGBT Health Awareness Week and beyond.

Read a blog post about national nutrition standards and the benefits for our children.

The updated school meals standards introduced across the country in 2012 are undoubtedly improving the quality of school meals.

Read a blog post about quitting smoking in 2015.

If you’re trying to quit smoking, is here for you. Everyone’s needs are different; your journey is unique to you.

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Read a blog post about personal #GetCovered stories and the Affordable Care Act.

As we celebrate 5 years of the Affordable Care Act, here are a few stories that people have shared with us about what having health insurance means to them.

Read a blog post about the 5-year Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.

Five years ago, we laid the foundation for a historic transformation in our health care system. Today, it’s paying off, for consumers, businesses & our economy.

Read a blog post about the Precision Medicine Initiative and Secretary Burwell’s visit to San Francisco.

These are just some of the many examples of precision medicine and the promise it holds for the future care of patients across the country.