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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read an HHS Blog.
We’re eager to share our plan with you. We encourage you to review the broad array of ways we’re working to improve our service to the public.
Young people running together
Since 2006, National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month has grown to an entire month of education and awareness activities, recognized around the world.
A young Steve Osunsami
In recognition of the first comprehensive revision of Head Start performance standards since 1975, these Head Start graduates agreed to share their stories.
Read a blog post about how we’re measuring the threat of antibiotic resistance.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Each year there are more than 40,000 suicides in the US - an average of about 117 every day.
Tagged:
suicide
Read a blog post about the work to give patients and providers access to their health data.
Having your health data at your fingertips can help you stay healthy.
Posted In:
Health Data | Health IT
Read a blog post about Naweed’s #RefugeesWelcome story.
Naweed Lemar, an employee at HHS, talked with his father, Hashim, about becoming a refugee from Afghanistan.
Read a blog post about progress HHS has made in combatting antibiotic resistance.
The CARB Task Force, which includes the Departments of Defense and Agriculture, has been working to implement the National Action Plan for over a year now.
Read a blog post about how we’re measuring the threat of antibiotic resistance.
This Administration has sounded the alarm on antibiotic resistance and devoted more resources than any before it.
Read a blog post about Secretary Burwell’s trip to the 2016 Paralympic Games.
As our Paralympians showed us, with hard work, determination and a great team behind us, we can accomplish so much.
Tagged:
Zika
Read a blog post about inactivity among adults ages 50+.
Thirty-one million U.S. adults ages 50 years plus are not getting any physical activity; physical activity is vital for healthy aging.

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