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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about the fight against measles and the importance of vaccination.

One thing we are most certain of, the measles vaccine is safe and very effective.

Million Hearts.

The Million Hearts® initiative is working to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes by 2017. How can you reduce your risk? One way is to know your ABCS.

HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwel.

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, 7.8 million African Americans with private insurance now have access to expanded preventive services with no cost-sharing.

Read a blog with tips and tools for getting and staying healthy this year.

Let healthfinder.gov be your resource for prevention and wellness this year, by finding expert-approved tips and tools for you and a loved one to stay healthy.

Read a blog post about how the Affordable benefits farmers.

Getting into the business of farming requires hard work but accessing affordable insurance in rural areas is now easier than ever before.

Read a blog post about National Wear Red Day.

Join us on February 6, 2015, to celebrate National Wear Red Day and motivate your loved ones to participate in this nationwide heart health movement.

White House Conference on Aging.

The President’s 2016 Budget will help ensure that older Americans enjoy not only longer but healthier lives.

Read a blog post about National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

We all have a role to play in working toward an AIDS Free Generation. Education and understanding prevention and treatment of HIV is important.

Read a blog post about how the Affordable Care Act offers behavioral health services to AI/AN communities.

Open enrollment for the marketplace for all Americans runs until Feb. 15, and many American Indians and Alaska Natives are also able to enroll year round.

Read a blog post about the HHS Budget.

The budget lays out a strategy to strengthen our middle class and help America’s hard-working families get ahead.

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