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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about a personal bullying story from a young artist.

Thomas experienced bullying throughout elementary and middle school and decided to channel these negative experiences and feelings into positive graphic design.

Read a blog post about the My Brother’s Keeper initiative.

President Obama established My Brother's Keeper, or MBK, to help close the opportunity gaps faced by too many young people across our country.

Read a blog post about World Birth Defects Day.

Through World Birth Defects Day, we can work together to ensure that a diagnosis of a major birth defect can be a story of survival everywhere.

The 2015 White House Conference on Aging

Last Thursday, I traveled to Tampa, Florida to kick off the first regional forum of the 2015 White House Conference on Aging.

Read a blog post about this Open Enrollment and the millions who #GotCovered.

The story of this Open Enrollment was written by millions of Americans who came to the Marketplace and got covered for 2015.

Read a blog post about American Heart Month from HHS Deputy Secretary Corr.

This is an issue that affects each of us in communities across the country, and we can all raise awareness and take action against the dangers of heart disease.

Read a blog post to learn more about the U.S. Surgeon General.

He’s America’s doctor — and he stopped by the White House recently to answer a few questions.

Read a blog post about the Let’s Move! initiatives new #GimmeFive challenge.

As part of the fifth anniversary of Let’s Move!, the First Lady is challenging everyone to #GimmeFive things they are doing to lead a healthier life.

Read a blog post about excessive alcohol use.

Excessive alcohol use is a problem across the lifespan, and most people who drink too much are not alcohol dependent.

Read a blog about measles frequently asked questions (FAQ).

We want to tackle some frequently asked questions about measles.