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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog about a Cuban delegation’s historic visit to Washington, DC.
The week-long trip focused on deepening scientific and public health cooperation between the United States and Cuba.
Posted In:
Global Health
Tagged:
Zika
Read a blog post about National Minority Health Month 2016.
We invite all communities to learn more about National Minority Health Month, and resources to help promote this observance and events in your community.
Read a blog post about the Administration for Children and Families’ 25th anniversary.
As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we are proud of our accomplishments, committed to our mission, and look forward to addressing tomorrow’s challenges.
Tagged:
children | families
Read an HHS Blog.
Children with autism, like people with all types of disabilities, need opportunities to grow and gain independence.
Tagged:
children | families
Strengthening Federal Partnerships with Faith-based and Community Organizations
Learn about HHS progress in implementing the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015, or MACRA, which became law one year ago this week.
Read a blog post about a new effort targeted at runaway and homeless youth.
We’re turning up our focus on the many homeless young people in our communities.
Tagged:
homeless | youth
Read an HHS Blog.
A new report debunks the myth that average consumers experienced double digit percentage premium increases for coverage on the Marketplace in 2016.
Read a blog post about the role of the Commissioned Corps in Flint, MI.
Since the start of the crisis, more than 30 Commissioned Corps officers have been on the ground.
Tagged:
Flint
Read a blog post about Zika and pregnancy.
The latest CDC Vital Signs report provides timely information about Zika, including prevention and transmission.
Read an HHS Blog.
The White House, in collaboration with HHS, announces a Summit to highlight initiatives to shorten the time to receive life-saving organs.

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