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Parenting is hard work! Our Essentials for Parenting resource is here to help with expert advice, engaging videos, and downloadable print resources for caregivers of 2- to 4-year-olds. Check it out:  go.usa.gov/xJkDu#VetoViolence
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#Fibroids don’t always cause symptoms, but they can be painful when they do. See which symptoms to look out for ⬇ #FibroidAwarenessMonth cc: @WeCan_WearWhite
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#DYK? An average #HurricaneSeason sees 7 hurricanes. If you are in an area affected by #Hurricanes, the time to prepare is now. If you’re #Pregnant, #Postpartum, and/or #Breastfeeding, we have resources for you: bit.ly/3darnnv #PrepYourHealth
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There are a wide range of short- and long-term consequences associated with alcohol misuse. Protect your health - get the facts at Rethinking Drinking: rethinkingdrinking.niaaa.nih.gov/How-much-is-to…
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Protection from UV rays is important all year, not just during the summer. Four easy steps to protect yourself: shade, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen. Take some time this #UVSafetyMonth to learn more: cdc.gov/cancer/skin/ba…
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So, you have your imported infant formula, but how do you prepare it? Here are some tips from @DrMayneFDAFood, the director of FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition @FDAfood.
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Everyone feels sad or low sometimes, but these feelings usually pass with a little time. Depression is different. Visit @NIMHgov to learn the different types of depression, symptoms, how it is diagnosed, treatment options, and how to find help. go.usa.gov/xsd3h #shareNIMH
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#SafeSleep practices can help lower the risk of sleep-related infant deaths, including sudden infant death syndrome (#SIDS) and accidental suffocation. Learn what you can do to help babies sleep safe today: cdc.gov/sids/Parents-C…
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As of July 21, nearly 87% of US population is in a location w/ a medium or high #COVID19 Community Level. If you live in a medium or high community level, consider taking steps to protect yourself & others, like masking. Find your COVID-19 Community Level: bit.ly/36RiqiR
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Researchers at @IRPatNIH have developed a blood test that, if taken early in #pregnancy, can accurately predict whether a woman will give birth prematurely. This enables earlier and more effective intervention. Read more here: bit.ly/3y3X6An.
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Monkeypox can spread from the time symptoms start until the rash has fully healed and a fresh layer of skin has formed. The illness typically lasts 2-4 weeks. Learn more: bit.ly/3NJizVR.
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Heavy periods, also known as heavy menstrual bleeding (#HMB), are a common symptom of a bleeding disorder. If you have any of these signs of HMB, a bleeding disorder might be the reason behind your heavy periods. For more info on #BloodDisorders: bit.ly/3Mg9Sl5.
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Mothers are the backbone of our society. During #BMMHW2022 and always, we need to care for our Black mothers, who face inequities across the spectrum of healthcare outcomes, including in mental health treatment.
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Parents and caregivers should get children ages 6 months and older vaccinated for the best protection against severe illness from #COVID19. Learn more: bit.ly/3McCHyf.
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Federally funded #TitleX clinics offer a broad range of effective and medically safe contraceptive methods. Locate a @HHSPopAffairs Title X clinic near you to access these free or low-cost services. Some clinics also offer telehealth appointments. opa-fpclinicdb.hhs.gov
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This summer, be sure to use @CDCgov’s Heat & Health Tracker to identify #ExtremeHeat risks & resources in your community: bit.ly/CDCHeatTracker
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#DYK during the first 3 months of pregnancy, the baby depends on the mother's supply of thyroid hormone for development of their brain and nervous system? niddk.nih.gov/health-informa…
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Have a new or unexplained rash, sores, or other symptoms of #monkeypox and believe you may have been exposed to the virus? Contact a healthcare provider for medical attention and evaluation.  bit.ly/3Gt4SaT
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It’s #MinorityMentalHealth Awareness Month! Depression is serious and requires attention, but many teens don’t get the help they need. Share @HealthGov’s My Health Finder resource to encourage parents to get their teen screened for #depression: bit.ly/3IAM4r3
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OASH Regions 4, 6 and 7 are working together to host a Maternal Health Conference focused on decreasing maternal mortality and morbidity especially in the Mississippi Delta Region. More info below!
When you’re struggling and in crisis and text 988, your trained counselor will listen, support, and share resources. #988Lifeline
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Joining @WhatToExpect in celebrating #BumpDay and the importance of healthy pregnancies. HHS is working to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity, which disproportionately affects women of color. We’re extending postpartum care, establishing maternal hotlines, and more.
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Did you know, minorities are less likely to receive diagnosis and treatment for their mental illness? This #MinorityMentalHealth Awareness Month, learn how to spot the signs of depression & get the facts on the available treatments: go.usa.gov/xuSNx #NMMHM
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During hot and humid weather, your body's ability to cool itself is challenged in ways you may not expect. Stay #WeatherReady by learning the symptoms of excessive heat exposure and the appropriate responses. weather.gov/safety/heat-il…
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ICYMI - The FDA has created resources for parents and caregivers to help explain some of the processes associated with, and results of, the agency’s efforts to help facilitate importing #infantformula. fda.gov/news-events/in…
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Illegally made fentanyl is a dangerous synthetic #opioid that is much stronger than heroin and morphine. Learn more about #fentanyl, signs of an #overdose, and what to do if you think someone is overdosing: go.usa.gov/xJhBp?cid=twit… #StopOverdose
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Join us on July 20th as we recognize #BumpDay by sharing information about promoting #maternalhealth to help support healthy pregnancies and deliveries for every mom! @WhatToExpect twitter.com/CDC_DRH/status…
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Each year, as many as 50,000 women across the U.S. experience severe, unexpected pregnancy-related complications during pregnancy and up to one year after pregnancy. And each year, over 700 women die from these complications.
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Have a new or unexplained rash, sores, or other symptoms of #monkeypox and believe you may have been exposed to the virus? Contact a healthcare provider for medical attention and evaluation.  bit.ly/3Gt4SaT
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Nothing matters more than keeping them safe. If your child is 6 months or older, you can now help protect them from severe COVID illness by getting them a COVID vaccine. Talk to your child’s doctor about vaccines and visit vaccines.gov. #WeCanDoThis
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Do you need help with your mental health? If you don't know where to start, this infographic may help guide you. go.usa.gov/xGfxz #shareNIMH
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Getting ready for #SIDSAwarenessMonth in October? Join #NICHD for a FREE webinar this Thursday (7/21) at 1 p.m. ET to learn about our resources & start planning your activities. Register TODAY: bit.ly/3OeIAwB #SafeToSleep
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Top Ten questions to ask your doctor about fibroids. #fibroidawarenessmonth Learn more at: womenshealth.gov/a-z-topics/ute…
The @WhiteHouse has announced it will host five community update calls for Americans with disabilities as part of #DisabilityPride Month. The next call is TODAY at 2 PM ET. Register to attend today's session or a future session here: bit.ly/3P7f9Nu
NEW: Know your right to medication. Go to reproductiverights.gov to see the letter I sent to pharmacies.
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Starting July 16, #988Lifeline will offer 24/7 access to trained counselors who can help people experiencing suicidal, substance use and other mental health crises. If you or someone you know needs support, call or text 988 or chat 988Lifeline.org
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#TheCommunityGuide offers What Works Fact Sheets, one-page summaries of CPSTF recommendations and findings of intervention approaches for specific public health topics. Visit the website to access these printer-friendly fact sheets. bit.ly/3uMl0zA #Works4Health
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What’s a Pap smear, or Pap test, for? Laugh along with comedian @ambermruffin as she advises her sister before her gynecologist appointment: it’s your body, ask questions, be informed. bit.ly/3PeyKuQ
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Operation Fly Formula will have transported more than 55 million 8-ounce bottle equivalents of infant formula to the U.S. by July 17. @SecBecerra and HHS are continuing to work to get formula into the hands of families as quickly and safely as possible. hhs.gov/formula.
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What are fibroids? Fibroids are muscular tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus. #fibroidawarenessmonth Learn more at go.usa.gov/xSgBF
Health care must be between a patient and their doctor, not a politician. We will continue to use all available resources at HHS to make sure pregnant people can access the life- or health-saving care they need. Read more about today’s announcement: hhs.gov/about/news/202…
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Pregnant? Talk to your doctor or midwife about getting tested for group B strep (GBS). Testing during #pregnancy & antibiotics during labor are important to help protect your baby from severe infections: bit.ly/3nIlIdl. #StartTheGBSConversation
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Our team at @ASPRgov is still hard at work coordinating Operation Fly Formula flights at the direction of @POTUS. Thanks to their efforts, by the end of the week we’ll have brought over 55M bottles of infant formula into the U.S. from other nations. twitter.com/HHS_ASPR/statu…
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Do you need birth control? #TitleX clinics, funded by @HHSPopAffairs, offer a broad range of family planning methods and services. These low-cost services are available for all who want and need them. Locate a Title X Clinic near you! opa-fpclinicdb.hhs.gov
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We released guidance today to providers that ensures all patients who go to the emergency department for care have access to the full rights and protections for emergency care afforded under the law, which includes life- or health-saving abortion services. bit.ly/3yvSmUf
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Today's topic is supporting #preparedness & response! CDC’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Network data and tools can be used to prepare for and respond to natural disasters or other #publichealth emergencies. #DecisionsThroughData
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#Vaccines are very effective and provide the best protection against many serious diseases. Talk to your #HealthCareProvider to make sure you’re caught up on recommended vaccines. Learn more at hhs.gov/immunization #VaccinesWork
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#DYK living with a chronic condition like #SickleCell can lead to mental health issues like depression, stress, and anxiety? Learn more about sickle cell disease with resources in English and Spanish: go.usa.gov/xzmGS #NationalMinorityMentalHealthAwarenessMonth
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Not only is watermelon a refreshing summer snack, it's also rich in lycopene, a powerful antioxidant believed to fight #HeartDisease. Try this watermelon and tomato salad: bit.ly/2mWwTzC #NationalWatermelonMonth
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White House Executive Order on Protecting Access to Reproductive Healthcare Services Read more here: go.usa.gov/xSaDk
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