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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about the latest CDC Vital Signs on diabetes-related kidney failure among Native Americans.
Diabetes-related kidney failure among Native Americans (American Indians/Alaskan Natives) decreased 54 percent between 1996 and 2013.
Read an HHS Blog.
The goal of many of the health reforms that HHS has implemented has been to build a health care system that delivers better care.
Read a blog post about Open Enrollment Women’s Week of Action.
We are counting on you to help spread the word about preventive health benefits and the difference the ACA has made for women’s health.
Tell your friends to sign up by December 15th. #GetCovered.
If you want health insurance that starts on January 1, 2017, today’s the day to visit and enroll. Tell your friends and family!
Read a blog post about Chinelo’s #CoverageMatters story.
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, I was able to remain on my parents’ health plan. Without it, I wouldn’t have been able to afford the treatment I needed.
Read a blog post about Sean’s #CoverageMatters story.
Without the Affordable Care Act, we would have had to declare bankruptcy. We would have had $3 million in medical bills just in his first year.
Read a blog post about our efforts to support the LGBT community.
Our LGBT partners have helped us move closer to a day when all have the opportunity to reach for the American Dream – no matter who they are or who they love.
Read a blog post about Dan’s #CoverageMatters story.
I was blown away by how affordable the Marketplace plan is. I pay only $32 a month after the tax credit and have a $500 deductible.
Read a blog post about Darvin’s personal #CoverageMatters story.
You may not be facing down a 1,500 pound cow, but what if you developed a serious illness or had a major accident and didn’t have insurance to cover it?
Read a blog post about how millions of Americans stand to benefit from Affordable Care Act tax credits to get covered.
Research shows that about half of the remaining uninsured don’t know that premium tax credits are available to keep coverage affordable.