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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about Jennifer’s #GetCovered Story.

Hear from Jennifer about why she joined the millions of people who have affordable, quality health insurance because of the Marketplace.

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

For those who are thinking about getting health coverage, take a look at your options – most consumers qualify for financial help.

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

I am so grateful I signed up for insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Read a blog post about National Influenza Vaccination Week.

This week is National Influenza Vaccination Week, a time to highlight the importance of getting our flu vaccine.

Read a blog post about the Medicare Open Enrollment deadline.

In these last few days of Medicare Open Enrollment, take a moment to review your health care coverage and see if you need to make any changes for next year.

Read a blog post about Susan’s ‘I’m Covered’ story.

When I heard about the Health Insurance Marketplace, I decided not to take any more chances.

Read a blog post about World AIDS Day and the importance of having health coverage.

This World AIDS Day, get covered and know how to use your coverage. Open Enrollment for coverage through the Marketplace is NOW until February 15th, 2015.

Tagged:
World AIDS Day | AIDS | HIV
Read a blog post about Lung Cancer Awareness Month.

The best way to reduce your risk of lung cancer is to quit smoking. If you are ready to quit, make sure to take these five steps.

Read a blog post from Secretary Burwell about HHS employees serving abroad.

I’m so proud of the employees of this Department who are serving courageously around the world.

Read a blog post about the President’s visit to the NIH.

The President heard about many encouraging advances against Ebola during his visit here, and I’d like to share a couple with you now.

Tagged:
Ebola | disease | President

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