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Posts by: Sylvia Mathews Burwell

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 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 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.

Read a blog post about how the Affordable Care Act is impacting the lives of millions of Americans.

The Affordable Care Act is now an important part of the everyday lives of millions of Americans.

Read a blog post about the Open Enrollment deadline to #GetCovered.

The final Open Enrollment deadline to sign up for 2015 coverage is this Sunday, February 15. Do you, or someone you know, still need to get covered for 2015?

HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwel.

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, 7.8 million African Americans with private insurance now have access to expanded preventive services with no cost-sharing.

Read a blog post about National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

We all have a role to play in working toward an AIDS Free Generation. Education and understanding prevention and treatment of HIV is important.

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