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#DYK kids still need #physicalactivity and social interaction during #COVID19? If you need ideas to meet their physical and social needs, visit: go.usa.gov/xFkGP
#DYK vaccinations lower your chances of spreading disease? If you still need reasons to keep yourself and your family vaccinated, visit: go.usa.gov/xFkEM #NIAM #OWH30
ICYMI: @HHSGov through @HRSAgov invests over $19 MILLION that will strengthen telehealth services in rural & underserved communities, and expand #telehealth innovation & quality nationwide: bit.ly/3z9ipA1
The WISEWOMAN program helps #women understand and reduce their risk for #HeartDisease and #stroke and promotes heart-healthy lifestyles. Learn more about what services the program provides and who can benefit. bit.ly/3yigs3u
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Today: @HHSGov, through #HRSA, announced the investment of over $19 MILLION that will strengthen telehealth services in rural & underserved communities, and expand #telehealth innovation & quality nationwide: bit.ly/3z9ipA1
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Back to school with a healthy smile! Tooth decay, the most common childhood disease is preventable. Schedule your #dental visit and talk to your provider. bit.ly/3iDXOhf #WellChildWednesdays twitter.com/HRSAgov/status…
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Lindsay took charge of her own health when others dismissed her concerns. #HearHer story: bit.ly/2TmN256
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New CDC study shows that #COVID19 vaccines continue to strongly protect against hospitalization. Vaccine effectiveness against mild or moderate infections may wane over time. Get vaccinated to protect from severe disease. bit.ly/3spSVf2
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Today, HHS public health and medical experts released a statement on the Administration's plan for COVID-19 booster shots for the American people. Read more: go.usa.gov/xFGCq.
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#DYK sports like baseball and swimming pose high risks injuries for kids? Sports are a great way to keep kids active but make sure you’re protecting their eyes. For more info, visit: go.usa.gov/xFfu5
Finding the right doctor for you doesn’t have to be difficult! For assistance, locating the right provider for you and your family, visit: medicare.gov/care-compare/ #OWH30
No question is too small on your breastfeeding journey! @womenshealth has awesome information for pregnant and nursing moms. Visit here: go.usa.gov/xFnSR to download Your Breastfeeding Guide. #HealthyMoms #HealthyBabies #OWH30
Make sure your student is caught up on all their vaccines before they go back to school. Students older than 12 can get a #COVID19 vaccine at the same time as other vaccines. Find vaccines near you at vaccines.gov. #WeCanDoThis
An @EHOonline study found pregnant women who had optimal levels of manganese and selenium, often found in nuts, fish, and brown rice, were more likely to have children with lower systolic blood pressure years later. go.usa.gov/xFk27 @NIEHS @NICHD_NIH
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Check out our MyHealthfinder tool to learn which #vaccines and screening tests your family needs to stay healthy! It provides personalized recommendations for you or a loved one: health.gov/myhealthfinder #ivax2protect #NIAM #HealthTipTuesday🍎X
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There is so much more for you and your loved ones want to explore. Make sure they can explore safely. Get your vaccine to protect yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19. Find vaccines near you at Vaccines.gov. #WeCanDoThis
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Only about half of young woman and 20% for young men have received the HPV vaccine, leaving far too man young adults at risk for HPV-related cancers. The HPV vaccine is recommended for all young adults through age 26. womenshealth.gov/hpvvaccine @HHSvaccines #NIAM #EndHPVcancers
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If you or your loved one is taking pain medication, be proactive and learn how you can safely administer medication: go.usa.gov/xFwnW
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Getting vaccinated against #COVID19 is the best thing to do for everyone’s health. Your COVID-19 vaccine helps protect you, and it helps protect others like children too young to get vaccinated or those with weakened immune systems. Get your vaccine: vaccines.gov.
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Cars can quickly heat up to dangerous temperatures, even with a window cracked open. Check out these tips from @CDCgov for staying safe in extreme heat: go.usa.gov/xFvSR. #ExtremeHeat #HeatWave
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Three NIDA-funded studies indicate that simultaneous alcohol and marijuana use is associated with both increased alcohol consumption and greater negative consequences. loom.ly/6WhOnwc #NIDAscience
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#DYK breastfeeding can reduce the mother’s risk of breast and ovarian cancers? For more awesome benefits to breastfeeding, check out: go.usa.gov/xFkNy #HealthyMomsHealthyBabies #HealthyMoms #NationalBreastFeedingMonth
It begins with listening. 2 in 3 pregnancy-related deaths are preventable. Recognizing the urgent maternal warning signs, getting an accurate and timely diagnosis, and quality care can save lives. Be the one to #HearHer - cdc.gov/Hearher
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No matter where schooling takes place, kids who have health coverage are better prepared to learn and are less likely to miss school. Learn how you can apply for #Medicaid and #CHIP and get your kids ready for school! go.usa.gov/xFv7b #Enroll365
#DYK if you have difficulty getting to a vaccination site, you may be able to get the #COVID19vaccine in your home? For more details about this service, visit: vaccines.gov #NIAM #OWH30
Faith leaders around the world lead by example to promote #COVID19 prevention and vaccines to protect themselves and others. Learn how CDC is partnering with faith organizations to advance #HealthEquity: bit.ly/3uHcmQk.
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For those hoping to become parents, difficulty conceiving can be frustrating & unexpected. Many who struggle with infertility do end up having children, sometimes with medical help. An important early step is understanding possible causes of #infertility. bit.ly/3wWGl7w
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✅ Pencils ✅ Notebooks ❓ Vaccines You’re setting them up for the best school year ever, make sure you’re also protecting them from vaccine preventable diseases by staying up to date with their #vaccines. Find guidance from @CDCgov: go.usa.gov/xFpyQ #BackToSchool
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School may look different for kids across the nation this fall. Make sure you’re prepared for the school year – and get health coverage through #Medicaid and #CHIP. Don't forget to renew each year! Find out more: go.usa.gov/xFyJa #Enroll365
Recently published research found missed opportunities in the primary care setting for adolescents to receive recommended screening, education and guidance related to sexual and reproductive health. Learn more: bit.ly/3wCq9s4
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Have you used the new Minority Health Social Vulnerability Index from @CDCgov and @MinorityHealth? Take a look at this video to learn how to apply the platform to aid emergency efforts: youtu.be/rMDWgck1Fhw
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To increase vaccination coverage and protect more people from #COVID19, including the more transmissible Delta variant, #HHS will require more than 25,000 members of its health care workforce to be vaccinated against COVID-19. hhs.gov/about/news/202…
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#DYK? If you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone with #COVID19, you can get tested for free. To find a free testing site, visit your health department website or the HHS Community-Based Testing Sites webpage: bit.ly/3gmWGhp.
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1 in 8 women aged 15-49 in the United States have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term. Learn more about the causes, treatments, and find answers to other commonly asked questions about #infertility on our FAQ page: bit.ly/3rnS9hX
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Thanks to @HRSAgov-funded health centers, nearly 14 million #COVID19 vaccines and counting have been administered. This National Health Center Week, we thank health centers and their staff for keeping families, and vulnerable communities healthy. #NHCW21 youtube.com/watch?v=gskZwV…
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IT IS REALLY HOT TODAY> Your body may be unable to properly cool itself. Know the signs of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. People with chronic medical conditions, like cancer, are at higher risk. bit.ly/35EzO6r @CDCgov
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If you have antibodies that protect you from #COVID19, you may be able to pass them to your baby through breastmilk. Learn how else COVID-19 and vaccines affect pregnancy and breastfeeding. bit.ly/3A8By56 #WBW2021
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If you need to get tested for COVID-19 and can’t get tested by a healthcare provider, a self-collection or “at-home” testing kit can be a good alternative. Learn more: go.usa.gov/xFxsM.
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#HCPs: Attend the next COCA Call, Thursday, August 12, from 2–3 p.m. EDT. Topic: Therapeutic Options to Prevent Severe COVID-19 in Immunocompromised People. More: bit.ly/3lUpYqo. #COVID19
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Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant? Heart health is a particularly important part of self-care. #OurHearts bit.ly/376SZ9S
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According to @HRSAgov there are ≥ 111,000 people waiting for an #organ transplant and nearly 30% of those waiting are African American. Get the facts about organ donation and how you can help save lives this National Minority Donor Awareness Month: youtu.be/eXIyLVEqaeI.
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#Backtoschool may mean new pens, pencils, schedules … and #vaccines. Find a free or low-cost @HRSAgov health center here so your children can stay up-to-date on their vaccines: go.usa.gov/xUBXu.
#DYK that #breastfeeding can help #mothers relax and cope with stress better? For tips to lower stress while breastfeeding, check out: go.usa.gov/xFkXz #HealthyMomsHealthyBabies #HealthyMoms #NationalBreastFeedingMonth
Do you need telehealth services or #COVID19 testing sites near you? Use this link to get the health services you need: findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov #NationalHealthCenterWeek
Because of her doctor’s quick diagnosis and treatment, #AllysonFelix survived a pregnancy-related complication. Now, she comes home from the #TokyoOlympics with 11 Olympic medals and her daughter cheering her on! bit.ly/CDCHearHerAlly…
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Summer- time brings so much fun for our little ones and sometimes accidents. Checkout these 10 first aid tips for their 👀, visit:go.usa.gov/xFEAW9 #SummerSafetyy#Eyehealthh#OWH300J
One way to show you care about others is by getting vaccinated against #COVID19. A COVID-19 vaccine helps protect you as well as those you love. Get your vaccine: vaccines.gov.
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You’re invited to the free virtual 2021 Healthy Aging Symposium on September 8 and 9, sponsored by @HealthGov and @HealthyAmerica1! Register to learn about innovative strategies for improving the health of #OlderAdults: fal.cn/3hmi2. #HealthyAging2021
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Share these tips w/ youth. As a new school year begins, here are some ways young people can reduce stress and feel prepared to put their best foot forward on their first day! #backtoschool
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National Immunization Awareness Month is here! It’s time to ensure your kids have received their routine childhood vaccinations and checkups. Talk to your doctor today! bit.ly/3BQSG0Y #iVax2Protect #NIAM
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