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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about what individuals have to say about what the Marketplace and Affordable Care Act means to them.
Here is what some of these individuals had to say about what Marketplace coverage and the protections of the Affordable Care Act mean to them.
Read a blog post about food safety and Super Bowl 50.
Hosting a game-day party? Prevent foodborne illness by tackling cross contamination.
Tagged:
food safety
Read an HHS Blog.
There is no known safe amount of alcohol – even beer or wine – that is safe for a woman to drink at any stage of pregnancy.
Read an HHS Blog.
The Zika virus is spread to people through the bite of infected mosquitos. About 1 in 5 people who get infected with Zika virus will show symptoms.
Tagged:
Zika
Read an HHS Blog.
Together at HHS and Lyft, we want the millions of Americans working as freelance professionals to know three things about coverage on the Marketplace.
Read a blog post about Demond's #GetCovered story.
I believe that if it wasn’t for that coverage and the Affordable Care Act, I wouldn’t be here today.
Read a blog post from HHS CTO Susannah Fox.
Together, we can further our shared goal of a better health care system with the consumer at the center.
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Health Care
Health insurance isn’t just for musicians, and it’s not just for people who are sick today. Nobody plans to be sick or injured—it just happens.
Health insurance isn’t just for musicians, and it’s not just for people who are sick today. Nobody plans to be sick or injured—it just happens.
Read a blog post about our work to help men get covered before the January 31 Open Enrollment deadline.
We need partners on the ground– especially during this last week – to remind men across the country that now is the time to take action and sign up.
Read a blog post about National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week 2016.
National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week is a time for teenagers to have open and honest conversation about drug and alcohol use with scientists and other experts.

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