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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog about Career Pathways Leading Improved Services
Convening 12 agencies across the federal government to work together to promote career pathways is historic and is critical for promoting further scale.
Tagged:
education
Read a blog post about the CDC’s latest Vital Signs on ADHD.
Children diagnosed with ADHD at an early age tend to have the most severe symptoms and benefit from early treatment.
Keeping your blood pressure under control is good for your heart and your brain. Read an HHS blog to learn more.
High blood pressure is bad for your heart and your brain. High blood pressure raises the risk for heart disease, stroke, and—new research suggests—dementia.
Read an HHS Blog.
We are very excited about the inaugural Healthcare Privacy and Security Summit and look forward to lively debate and discussion.
Posted In:
Health Data | Health IT
Read a blog post about the Administration for Children and Families’ 25th anniversary.
As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we are proud of our accomplishments, committed to our mission, and look forward to addressing tomorrow’s challenges.
Tagged:
children | families
Read an HHS Blog.
Children with autism, like people with all types of disabilities, need opportunities to grow and gain independence.
Tagged:
children | families
Read an HHS Blog.
A new report debunks the myth that average consumers experienced double digit percentage premium increases for coverage on the Marketplace in 2016.
Read a blog post about Zika and pregnancy.
The latest CDC Vital Signs report provides timely information about Zika, including prevention and transmission.
Read an HHS Blog.
The White House, in collaboration with HHS, announces a Summit to highlight initiatives to shorten the time to receive life-saving organs.
Learn about this event
Increasing the buprenorphine patient prescribing limit will improve treatment capacity, particularly among the most qualified and invested prescribers.

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