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Selected HHS Blog Posts

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.
Read a blog post about the September 2016 CDC Vital Signs report on blood pressure medication use.
Blood pressure medicine, along with a healthy diet and exercise, can protect the heart, brain, and kidneys, but only if patients take it.
Head Start teacher with children
The new school year is beginning, and we also have a new beginning for Head Start that will be felt in programs across the country.
Read a blog post about enrolling kids in Medicaid and CHIP.
Children and teens up to age 19 can get free or low-cost health coverage through Medicaid and CHIP.
Tagged:
CHIP | children
Rostro de niña
La cobertura de salud es una parte importante del inicio exitoso del año escolar.
Read a blog post about steps you can take to maintain your eye health.
You can reduce your risk of vision loss from eye disease and make sure your eyes are healthy by following a few simple steps.
Tagged:
vision
Read a blog post about HHS Zika response efforts in August.
To get a sense of the effort government experts are making every day, even without vital Congressional funding, just take a look at their last month of work.
Tagged:
Zika
Read a blog post about the #AtoZika Twitter Town Hall.
Join us for the #AtoZika Twitter Town Hall on Tuesday, August 30th. We’ll answer your questions about the Zika virus.
Tagged:
Zika
Read a blog post about the August 2016 edition of CDC Vital Signs on sepsis.
When sepsis is quickly recognized and treated, lives can be saved.
Tagged:
Vital Signs
Stop the Clot, Spread the Word. Learn and share information from the Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ campaign about risks, signs, and symptoms of blood clots.
Most blood clots are preventable. Learn and share information from the Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ campaign about risks, signs, and symptoms of blood clots.

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