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Selected HHS Blog Posts

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.

Read a blog post about how the Affordable Care Act is impacting the lives of millions of Americans.

The Affordable Care Act is now an important part of the everyday lives of millions of Americans.

Read a blog post about this year's Open Enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act.

Yesterday, Secretary Burwell briefed the President about the end of this year's Open Enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act.

Read a blog post about National Donor Day and Carlee’s story.

National Donor Day is a celebration of what organ, eye, and tissue donors make possible with their gift of life.

Read a blog post about the Open Enrollment deadline to #GetCovered.

The final Open Enrollment deadline to sign up for 2015 coverage is this Sunday, February 15. Do you, or someone you know, still need to get covered for 2015?

Read a blog about the progress made to contain the Ebola outbreak.

As the President has made clear, to effectively protect the American people, we must confront this outbreak at its source.

Tagged:
Ebola | disease | President

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