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Author: Sylvia Mathews Burwell

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 how we’re working to make sure every veteran has access to affordable, quality health care.
Today, more veterans have the security and peace of mind that health coverage provides. But we have more work to do.
Read a blog post about Secretary Burwell’s visit to Cuba.
While our partnerships on health are still at an early stage, it’s clear the United States and Cuba have many shared goals.
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Global Health
Read a blog post about Open Enrollment 2017.
Most people shopping on will be able to find health coverage for less than $75 per month after tax credits.
Read a blog post that debunks some of the common myths about the Affordable Care Act.
Most consumers shopping on the Marketplace will be able to find a plan between $50 and $100 per month, thanks to financial assistance.
Read a blog post about progress HHS has made in combatting antibiotic resistance.
The CARB Task Force, which includes the Departments of Defense and Agriculture, has been working to implement the National Action Plan for over a year now.
Read a blog post about Secretary Burwell’s trip to the 2016 Paralympic Games.
As our Paralympians showed us, with hard work, determination and a great team behind us, we can accomplish so much.
Read a blog post about the Secretary’s summer travels to Ohio, Iowa, and Florida, where she discussed our efforts to deliver better care.
My visits to these states offered a clear view of the better health care system we’re trying to build at HHS.
Read a blog post about what you need to know about the Zika virus.
The biggest risk of Zika virus is to pregnant women or women of childbearing age.