Health

U.S. Summary of the 75th World Health Assembly

At the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA75), against the backdrop of the pandemic that has caused the tragic loss of more than 6 million lives worldwide due to COVID-19 and the senseless suffering and death inflicted by Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine, the United States and other countries came together …

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Vaccinations are One of the Tools to Help Eliminate Viral Hepatitis in the U.S.

May is Hepatitis Awareness Month, when we focus on raising awareness of viral hepatitis while encouraging testing and vaccination. Knowing your status is the first step in preventing and treating viral hepatitis. Both hepatitis A and hepatitis B are preventable with safe and effective vaccines, and hepatitis C is curable …

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HHS Open Data Fuels the 2022 Health Equity DataJam

Be part of something exciting by working together. Help HHS solve real-world problems! HHS’ HealthData.gov fuels new business models, scientific ad Posted in: Prevention and Wellness, Public Health and Safety

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Celebrating National Adolescent Health Month

Since 2015, the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) has been proud to spearhead National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, an annual observance each May Posted in: Programs for Families and Children

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Getting Children Back on Track with Routine Vaccinations

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life-saving vaccination at a global level, putting millions at risk for life-threatening diseases. We saw notable Posted in: Holidays and Observances, Prevention and Wellness

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