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Replying to @GreaterThanAIDS
Learn more about how HHS is working to ensure all individuals with HIV are diagnosed and receiving treatment as early as possible:
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Replying to @bobbykapur
Learn more about how HHS is working to eliminate new HIV infections in the U.S.:
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Today, we join in marking National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day–a day to acknowledge those who are affected and create a greater awareness of the risks of in Indian country:
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The has approved the first treatment specifically for post-partum depression:
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Emotional health and happiness can have an impact on both your physical and mental health. Here are six simple strategies you can use to improve your emotional wellness:
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New season, new habits! Start spring off right with these six tips to stay healthy:
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Replying to @ajsantella
Thank you for sharing! Learn more about how HHS is working to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic here: .
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Replying to @ALPublicHealth
Thank you for sharing! You can find more information about adolescent health at: .
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Food poisoning? Stomach flu? A bug? Whatever you call it, it’s probably norovirus–the most common cause of foodborne diarrhea and vomiting. 🤢 If you're sick, follow these tips from to feel better and protect others:
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Replying to @akeliah
Thank you for sharing! Learn more about how HHS is working to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic: .
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Replying to @EdmondShift
Thank you for sharing! Learn more about the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans here: .
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Taking antibiotics for viral infections, like a cold, won’t help you & the side effects could cause harm. Be antibiotic aware and learn when you should and shouldn't take antibiotics:
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Issues like depression and anxiety are common, but that doesn’t mean they aren't serious. Use these resources to find help for yourself, a friend, or a family member:
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Replying to @TAMU
Thank you for sharing! Readers can also visit our website to learn more about the Inter-Agency Pain Management Task Force: .
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Replying to @SecAzar
"Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America" acts boldly by providing the hardest hit communities with the additional expertise, technology, and resources required to address the HIV epidemic in their communities. Learn more:
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Read 's remarks at the 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference on the administration’s initiative to end the HIV epidemic:
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HHS.gov Mar 19
Looking to swap out excess salt in your diet? Flavor your food with healthy herbs and spices instead! Here are some other ways to eat healthier without sacrificing taste:
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HHS.gov Mar 19
A colonoscopy is one of the best lines of defense against colorectal cancer. Don't let 😱 😳 😐 😓 😝 prevent you from getting one.
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HHS.gov Mar 19
Remember: If you haven't gotten the flu vaccine, it's not too late! Getting vaccinated is still the best way to protect you and your family from the flu.
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HHS.gov Mar 18
The second edition of the Guidelines for Americans offers the latest evidence-based activity recommendations for kids and adults. The top 10 things to know from :
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