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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about Glaucoma Awareness Month.

Glaucoma damages the eye’s optic nerve, which carries visual signals to the brain. It can lead to vision loss or blindness if left untreated.

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

Getting health insurance through the Marketplace was a big moment in my life. I wish I had done it a lot sooner.

Read a blog post about women’s health under the Affordable Care Act.

Today marks the last day of the Women’s Week of Action, celebrating the ACA’s accomplishments, and gearing up for the work we still have left ahead of us.

Read a blog from the Secretary about the anniversary of the passage of Medicare and Medicaid.

On this day in 1965, President Johnson addressed a joint session of Congress with a plea to do better by the American people.

Read Elena’s #GetCovered story.

I can go to the doctor when I need to and it covers most preventive services that I need. In fact, I’ve already used my insurance for a well-woman exam.

Read a blog post about birth defects and Elley’s personal story.

Take a moment to learn more about how you can support a child and family living with a birth defect.

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. ‬

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