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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about the New Year and resolutions.

Whether it’s going to be your new year’s resolution, or something you’ve already made a commitment to - make health your priority in 2015. ‬

Read a blog post about the “Sleepless in America” documentary and the importance of sleep.

Adults should aim for 7-8 hours of sleep. Here are five tips everyone can use to help improve the quality of their sleep.

Tagged:
sleep | adults | diabetes | stress
Read a blog post welcoming home U.S. Public Health Service officers from West Africa.

When our neighbors need us most, we open our hearts and extend our hand - regardless of whether they live in places near or far.

Tagged:
Ebola | disease
#1: Read a blog post about what it means for your family to #GetCovered.

What does it mean to ‪#‎GetCovered? It means peace of mind for mom and dad. It means peace of mind for your family. ‬

Read a blog post about new investments in early childhood education.

More than $1 billion in new federal and private sector investments in early childhood education announced at White House Summit on Early Childhood Education.

Read a blog post about new partnerships that HHS has announced during Open Enrollment.

HHS has announced new public and private partnerships during the early weeks of Open Enrollment.

Read a blog post about holiday grocery shopping food safety tips.

Grocery shopping is where safe food handling should start, by following these recommendations you can make sure the food you bring home is safe.

Tagged:
food safety
Read a blog post about Eyole’s #GetCovered story.

Having this insurance is allowing me to think about doing more preventive care rather than just praying that I don’t get sick and then figuring out what to do.

Read a blog post about the 2014 Monitoring the Future survey.

The results from the 2014 Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey of drug use among adolescents provide a dose of welcome optimism.

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

If you previously got insured through the Marketplace, like I did, make sure to return to HealthCare.gov to update your application and review your options.

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