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Selected HHS Blog Posts

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. ​

Kyle Evans

I’m proud of my service. The Affordable Care Act offers me the opportunity to go out and build a financial future and security for my family.

Read a blog post about celebrating the Runaway & Homeless Youth and Family Violence Prevention & Services Acts.

In September, we commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act (RHYA).

Read a blog post about potentially life-saving drugs for breast cancer patients.

For the first time, women facing a new diagnosis of high-risk HER2+ breast cancer will be able to decide whether pertuzumab makes sense for them.

Read a blog post about National Adoption Month.

The theme of this year’s National Adoption Month is “Promoting and Supporting Sibling Connections.”

Read a blog about Anne’s #GetCovered story.

I’m very glad I got covered, and I’m urging everyone I know who doesn’t have insurance to check out their options at HealthCare.gov.

During Medicare Open Enrollment, decide what benefits are most important in helping you meet your unique health care needs.

Read a blog post about Jane’s story.

Because the domestic violence shelter was there for Jane, she and her children are alive.

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