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  • Take action to improve your family's health by accessing customized prevention information & tips for each member of your family.

  • HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius launched a Twitter account in March to engage directly with the public.

  • April is National Minority Health Month and HHS is holding two Twitter Chats to mark the occasion. The events will raise awareness about the health disparities that continue to affect racial and ethnic minorities.

  • To help manage the new healthcare.gov, developers will use the Prose editing interface. This lightweight editor will help administrators create and manage content across the site.

  • Heathdata.gov recently converted the TXT4Tots Message Library into an API & we’re proud to announce the Apps4TotsHealth Challenge.

  • It has come time to dissolve the HHS Center for New Media in its formal state. We will continue to embrace the evolving technical world by going right to our digital foundation.

  • This week, StopBullying.gov launched a Tumblr page as a way to engage youth from across the country to take a stand against bullying in their schools.

  • Recently HHS CTO Bryan Sivak outlined a new vision for healthcare.gov. The site will relaunch this June with a completely rethought design and architecture.

  • TXT4Tots is a library of short messages focused on nutrition and physical activity for parents and caregivers of children ages 1-5 years. The TXT4Tots library is designed as a resource that can be incorporated into a wide variety of existing programs and platforms.

  • Pillbox, a pill identification tool, is opening up government data on prescription drugs. Listen to a podcast with Project Manager David Hale introducing the tool.