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The U.S. health system has been preparing since late March for the news we announced Tuesday: the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States.
On Oct. 9, we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA).
The NIH has awarded $46 million to more than 100 researchers in 15 nations whose work will support the BRAIN Initiative.
It’s worthwhile to revisit some of the schools that were at the cutting edge of creating healthier school meals.
The evidence points to a clear conclusion. The Affordable Care Act is working – and families, businesses, and taxpayers are better off as a result.
Earlier this week, Secretary Burwell delivered a special address on the Affordable Care Act at the Brookings Institution.
Thirty years ago today, President Ronald Reagan signed into law the Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984.
The National Strategy to Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria marks the administration’s response to one of the most urgent health threats facing us today.
Every year from September 15 to October 15, Americans celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month. As we take time to celebrate, it’s also a time to reflect.
As the Ebola epidemic surges, containing and combating this humanitarian crisis is a top national security priority. At HHS, this is a Department-wide effort.
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