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NIH ADEAR Center 1h
It’s World Immunization Week! Visit NIA for info on that your doctor may recommend to help prevent certain illnesses and keep you .
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OIG at HHS 18h
Fraud Alert: Nationwide Brace Scam.
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SAMHSA 24h
Mark your calendars! On Saturday, April 27, over 4,000 police stations, pharmacies and community centers will be hosting prescription drug locations. Visit to plan your drop-off.
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Administrator Seema Verma Apr 22
Replying to @SeemaCMS
Read about the 2019 Medicare Trustees Report here:
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Administrator Seema Verma Apr 22
My statement on the 2019 Medicare Trustees Report:
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Medicare.gov Apr 22
Have you checked out our “e”-resources yet? There’s no better day than to go paperless: our electronic resources can help you manage your healthcare better. .
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NIH ADEAR Center Apr 22
Many older adults don’t well. Find some tips to help you get a good night’s rest, such as avoiding naps in the late afternoon or evening.
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CDC Diabetes Apr 22
Happy ! Why not take a stroll outside to enjoy nature? More ways to :
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OIG at HHS Apr 21
Our latest Consumer Alert warns the public about fraud related to orthotic braces and Medicare beneficiaries.
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HHS.gov Apr 21
For some, spring flowers 🌼 mean spring sneezing. 🤧 Use these tips to avoid seasonal allergies:
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Administrator Seema Verma Apr 19
The Proposed Rule for the Hospice Benefit FY2020 is now published. We are by proposing changes in inpatient and continuous home care hospice rates that improve payment accuracy.
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The Heart Truth Apr 22
Let's get active to celebrate ! Ask a friend to go on a walk, garden with your family, or join an outdoor yoga class. At least 30 minutes of physical activity, 5 days a week can make healthier.
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NIH ADEAR Center Apr 19
As weather warms up in many areas of the country, remember that drinking enough fluids is very important for your health. Find tips from NIA for getting enough fluids.
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NationalParkService Apr 19
Tilt a little more...a little more.... Perfect! Just getting everything in order to celebrate ! Saturday kicks off a full week of fun! Learn more at ! Did we mention it’s FREE on Saturday? Image: Bear hard at work.
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HHS.gov Apr 19
Anyone, regardless of age, can be an organ donor. In fact, the oldest donor in the U.S. to date was 93 years old! Sign up today, and help save lives.
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Medicare.gov Apr 19
During , we want to say “thank you!” to all the Senior Medicare Patrol volunteers who dedicate their time to stopping fraud and abuse. Interested in becoming a volunteer? Visit for more information.
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NIH ADEAR Center Apr 19
Keep your mind active as you age! Many activities can keep your mind active. For example, read books, play games, take or teach a class, or try learning a new skill or hobby. Get more tips on keeping your mind active:
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HHS.gov Apr 19
From healthy eating to hydration, from sleep to sun safety–use these six tips to stay healthy all spring:
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Administrator Seema Verma Apr 18
Through transparency, flexibility, program simplification and innovation, we aim to transform the program and promote the availability of high value & efficiently-provided care for our beneficiaries.
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womenshealth.gov Apr 17
Regular physical activity can help women build strong bones, and help prevent pain and fractures. Here’s why an active lifestyle key for : .
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