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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about National Adoption Month and ‘Forever Families.’

Nearly 102,000 children in the United States today are waiting for the love, stability, and protection of a permanent adoptive family.

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

Fortunately, the Marketplace opened for enrollment while I was pregnant, and we found a plan that covers both my husband and me and included maternity coverage.

Read a blog post about the Great American Smokeout.

Keep trying to quit smoking because the health benefits will begin almost immediately and then continue to grow over time.

RADM Boris Lushniak receiving a flu shot.

I am writing this post to encourage you to get your flu vaccine now—it’s your best shot for a healthy flu season.

Tagged:
Flu
Read a blog post about Carlos’ #GetCovered story.

The Marketplace was very easy to use. The people helping me sign up for health insurance were very helpful.

Read a blog post about a Commissioner Corps Officer’s experience fighting the Ebola outreach in West Africa.

When our neighbors need us most, we Americans open our hearts and extend our hand - regardless of whether they live in places near or far.

Tagged:
Ebola | disease

If you need health insurance, you can sign up for an affordable health plan that meets your needs and fits your budget at HealthCare.gov starting today.

Read a blog post about the HRSA Administrator at a Rockin’ EnRollin’ event.

Visit Healthcare.gov starting this Saturday, November 15 to choose a plan that best suits your budget and health needs.

Read a blog post about getting ready for Open Enrollment.

I want to share with you what we've been doing at the Department of Health and Human Services to expand access to quality, affordable coverage to more people.

Read a blog post about setting your sights on healthy vision if you have diabetes.

​​Diabetic eye disease often has no early warning signs, but there is a lot people with diabetes can do to protect their sight. ​

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