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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about National Wear Red Day.

Join us on February 6, 2015, to celebrate National Wear Red Day and motivate your loved ones to participate in this nationwide heart health movement.

White House Conference on Aging.

The President’s 2016 Budget will help ensure that older Americans enjoy not only longer but healthier lives.

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.

Read a blog post about how the Affordable Care Act offers behavioral health services to AI/AN communities.

Open enrollment for the marketplace for all Americans runs until Feb. 15, and many American Indians and Alaska Natives are also able to enroll year round.

Read a blog post about the HHS Budget.

The budget lays out a strategy to strengthen our middle class and help America’s hard-working families get ahead.

Read a blog post about Victor’s #GetCovered story.

“Without the Affordable Care Act,” Victor told Secretary Perez when they sat down to chat in Salt Lake City. “I’d be dead within a year.”

Read a blog post about the Precision Medicine Initiative.

Precision Medicine is already leading to a handful of highly effective treatments tailored to individual patients. Take a look.

Read a blog post with tips for healthy pregnancy.

As National Birth Defects Prevention Month comes to a close this January, we continue to think about birth defects every month, every day.

Read a blog about the annual “Point in Time” homeless count.

Last night, I joined hundreds of volunteers canvassing the streets of Washington for D.C.'s annual "Point-in-Time" homeless count.

Read a blog about Mucky Duck’s #GetCovered story.

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