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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about James’ I’m Covered Story.

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, I was able to enroll last January in coverage without worrying about my pre-existing condition.

Read a blog post about National Adoption Month and ‘Forever Families.’

Nearly 102,000 children in the United States today are waiting for the love, stability, and protection of a permanent adoptive family.

Tagged:
Adoption | children
Read a blog post about Rachel’s #GetCovered story.

Fortunately, the Marketplace opened for enrollment while I was pregnant, and we found a plan that covers both my husband and me and included maternity coverage.

Read a blog post about the Great American Smokeout.

Keep trying to quit smoking because the health benefits will begin almost immediately and then continue to grow over time.

Tagged:
tobacco
RADM Boris Lushniak receiving a flu shot.

I am writing this post to encourage you to get your flu vaccine now—it’s your best shot for a healthy flu season.

Tagged:
Flu
Read a blog post about Carlos’ #GetCovered story.

The Marketplace was very easy to use. The people helping me sign up for health insurance were very helpful.

Read a blog post about a Commissioner Corps Officer’s experience fighting the Ebola outreach in West Africa.

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

Tagged:
Ebola

If you need health insurance, you can sign up for an affordable health plan that meets your needs and fits your budget at HealthCare.gov starting today.

Read a blog post about the HRSA Administrator at a Rockin’ EnRollin’ event.

Visit Healthcare.gov starting this Saturday, November 15 to choose a plan that best suits your budget and health needs.

Read a blog post about getting ready for Open Enrollment.

I want to share with you what we've been doing at the Department of Health and Human Services to expand access to quality, affordable coverage to more people.

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