Office on Women's Health Blog
Healthcare and Women
RADM Felicia Collins M.D., MPH, FAAP, Dorothy Fink, M.D.
Vaccinations are more important than ever this year because of the disrupting impact that COVID-19 has had on the nation’s routinely recommended vaccination schedule. As we recognize National Immunization Awareness Month in August, protecting individuals and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases (VPD) is vital to keeping children healthy, preventing VPD outbreaks, and reducing the burden of infectious diseases.
An increasing number of pregnant women in the United States have chronic health conditions — such as hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease — that may put them at higher risk of pregnancy complications.
Today, March 10th, we observe National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. The theme this year is HIV Prevention Starts with Me: Ending the HIV Epidemic Together.
Office on Women's Health
HHS women leaders share how they find their health, why women should prioritize their health, and how their work is helping women lead healthy lives.
Starting in April 2018, Medicare will mail new Medicare cards to all people with Medicare to help protect you from identity fraud.