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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about a Special Enrollment Period for tax season.

The Special Enrollment opportunity runs from March 15 through April 30, 2015. Get started on HealthCare.gov.

Read a blog post about strides we are making toward promoting greater levels of openness and transparency.

Sunshine Week offers a great opportunity to share some exciting strides we are making toward promoting greater levels of openness and transparency.

Read a blog post about how the how Americans Indians and Alaska Natives can use their new health insurance.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has developed a brochure entitled “From Coverage to Care” and has developed a Tribal version of this document.

Read a blog post about the new Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ campaign at the CDC.

Serious blood clots are preventable. Talk with your doctor about your risk and what to do to prevent them.

Read a blog post about the #GimmeFive challenge and how you can get involved.

Secretary Burwell is joining the #GimmeFive challenge to share what she does to lead a healthier life.

Read a blog post about National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

Today we mark the 10th observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) by listening to women whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS.

Tagged:
HIV | AIDS | women | girls | NWGHAAD | testing
Read a blog post about ways to embrace a healthy lifestyle during National Nutrition Month.

The 2015 theme, "Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle," encourages everyone to adopt healthful eating and physical activity habits.

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.

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