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Diabetic eye disease often has no early warning signs, but there is a lot people with diabetes can do to protect their sight.
I’m proud of my service. The Affordable Care Act offers me the opportunity to go out and build a financial future and security for my family.
In September, we commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act (RHYA).
For the first time, women facing a new diagnosis of high-risk HER2+ breast cancer will be able to decide whether pertuzumab makes sense for them.
The theme of this year’s National Adoption Month is “Promoting and Supporting Sibling Connections.”
I’m very glad I got covered, and I’m urging everyone I know who doesn’t have insurance to check out their options at HealthCare.gov.
During Medicare Open Enrollment, decide what benefits are most important in helping you meet your unique health care needs.
Because the domestic violence shelter was there for Jane, she and her children are alive.
Have questions about Ebola? Take a few minutes to get the facts on how Ebola spreads and then share this video with others you know.
The tragic Ebola epidemic is an extraordinary global public health crisis, and FDA is taking extraordinary steps to be proactive and flexible in our response.
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