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HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
#COVID19 & #flu are both contagious respiratory illnesses that can have similar symptoms, but they are caused by different viruses. Use this chart to learn some of the similarities and differences.

For more info on COVID-19 & flu, visit: bit.ly/2LxknGF.
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Reducing health care costs and expanding access to high-quality health services is an @HHSgov priority. Today’s @US_FDA proposal opens the door for hearing aids to be more accessible and affordable for millions of American adults who suffer hearing loss. fda.gov/news-events/pr…
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
COMING UP: Join us at 10:45 a.m. ET for a media call where @HHSGov @SecBecerra, Acting FDA Commissioner @DrWoodcockFDA, and @FDACBER Director Dr. Peter Marks will discuss a proposed rule establishing a new category of over-the-counter hearing aids. youtu.be/f21KNKo4Biw
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
It’s International Infection Prevention Week.

We recognize the crucial role all healthcare workers play in infection prevention and control, so we want to say thank you! We appreciate your commitment to keeping everyone in your facility safe and healthy. #IIPW
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Admiral Rachel Levine’s historic appointment as the first openly transgender four-star officer is a giant step forward towards equality as a nation and a proud moment for @HHSgov. @HHS_ASH is a cherished and critical partner in our work to build a healthier America.
 
Swearing-in Dr. Rachel Levine to the U.S. Public Health Service twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Time is running out! Apply for financial relief by October 26 for Phase 4 #ProviderReliefFund and #AmericanRescuePlan Rural Distributions. Learn more, view informational webcasts, and apply now at: bit.ly/3aNWUKh
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
"We believe it is crucial that our patients understand the information provided to them, and that informed decisions can result in improved health outcomes." This #HealthLiteracyMonth, read more about our efforts to improve health literacy across the IHS: ihs.gov/newsroom/ihs-b…
 
.@HeadStartgov Director Bernadine Futrell and @usedgov Deputy Asst. Secretary Aaliyah Samuel share how their backgrounds as educators help them shape the policies needed to support students through the #COVID19 pandemic. whitehouse.gov/ppo/briefing-r…
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
❓ Is it true that most #COVID19Vaccines side effects are not serious?

✔️ YES

💉 #FDAVaccineFacts: Vaccines can have side effects, but the vast majority are mild and short term. Serious health effects from vaccines are very rare. bit.ly/3EL12sl
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
HCPs: If your littlest patients have fallen behind on routine vaccinations, remind their parents that it’s time to play catch-up. bit.ly/2XEJugo #VaccinesWork
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Getting your #COVID19 vaccine isn’t just about keeping you healthy; it’s also about protecting everyone around you who could become very sick from COVID-19.

Get your vaccine: vaccines.gov.
 
#HIPAA does not limit the ability of covered entities, such as health care providers, to require employees to provide proof of their #vaccination against #COVID19. Find out more about HIPAA: bit.ly/3awsrAb.
 
Join the COVID-19 Community Corps and help your community get vaccinated by sharing resources like this one.

Join now at WeCanDoThis.hhs.gov/covidcommunity…. #WeCanDoThis
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
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
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Sometimes what looks like ADHD can be caused by other conditions. Children with ADHD are sometimes managing more than one disorder. Learn how to help: bit.ly/3Bm2389 #ADHDAwareness
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Menopause symptoms may feel isolating – but you are not alone.

In honor of #WorldMenopauseDay, get answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding menopause.

Learn more: go.usa.gov/xMNQB
 
Evidence-based care is quality care. This National Healthcare Quality Week, learn how HHS is advancing the quality of health care through @AHRQNews's #EvidenceNOW initiative: ahrq.gov/evidencenow/in…. #HQW
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Keep your family healthy during #flu season by washing your hands and getting the flu vaccine! #Medicaid and #CHIP cover routine vaccinations, including flu vaccine for children up to age 19. Learn more: go.hc.gov/3a6FMz2 #Enroll365
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Generally, #HIPAA doesn’t regulate what information employers can request from their workers as part of the terms of employment. Get the facts: bit.ly/3v7xjW0.
 
Today, @CMSgov announces the increase in hourly wages to a minimum for $15/hr for employees in all of the Medicare & Federal Health Insurance Marketplace (HealthCare.gov) call center locations. Read more: bit.ly/3DQTFhT
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
.@ACFHHS is partnering with @USTreasury & the @CFPB to provide training & informational materials to assist in reaching communities and families in need of rental & housing assistance on Thurs. Oct. 21, 1-2pm. Join here: acf-hhs-gov.zoomgov.com/j/16158724048
 
Rising temperatures can affect us all, especially vulnerable populations. Get the facts about how climate-related events impact our health and learn how HHS’s Office of Climate Change and Health Equity is addressing this important issue: bit.ly/3FKN4Hv.
 
Your health needs can change from year to year—so do #Medicare plan costs and coverage. The Medicare Open Enrollment period begins today, so now is the time to review and compare your options for 2022. Start here: Medicare.gov/plan-compare. #MedicareOE
 
You rely on your pharmacist for things you need, like lifesaving medications and annual flu vaccines. Now, you can rely on your pharmacist for your COVID-19 vaccine.

Find vaccines at a pharmacy near you at vaccines.gov. #WeCanDoThis
 
#MedicareOE starts today. Now is the time to review coverage options & select a plan that meets their health care needs. Read more here: bit.ly/3j1vhSw
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Have you put off mammograms and other preventive health screenings due to the pandemic?

On #NationalMammographyDay, prioritize your health by scheduling your mammogram along with your overall wellness exam.

Mammograms can help save lives.

go.usa.gov/xMNQq
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Today is National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day!

Clinicians, we're in this together. We offer free HIV screening, treatment, and prevention resources to help reduce the disproportionate impact of HIV on the Latinx community.

Visit cdc.gov/HIVNexus #NLAAD
 
October 15 is National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day, a day to help #StopHIVStigma and promote strategies and tools to address the impact of #HIV on Latinx communities. Find the facts: bit.ly/3AJi476. #NLAAD #StopHIVTogether
 
Celebrate #GlobalHandwashingDay like it's every day 🖐🧼! Here are our do's and don'ts to stay clean and fight off germs.
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
WATCH LIVE: The VRBPAC meeting is underway. Today’s topic is amending the EUA of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine for the administration of a booster dose, in individuals 18+ years of age. Also, the VRBPAC will discuss mixing and matching vaccines. youtu.be/c-H40GrvWz4
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
COMING UP: Join us for today’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee meeting on J&J (Janssen) boosters as well as mixing & matching vaccines. The event starts at 8:30 a.m. ET and can be live streamed here: youtu.be/c-H40GrvWz4
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
We must help protect the physical and emotional well-being of our youth. Observing changes in behavior, screening youth for bullying, and providing supportive referrals are important steps to help prevent bullying.

Visit StopBullying.gov for more. youtube.com/watch?v=2UJbtm…
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Side effects after your #COVID19 vaccine are normal signs your body is building protection & should go away in a few days.

Compared to vaccine side effects, COVID-19 symptoms can be wider-ranging, more severe, & can last weeks or more. Get vaccinated: vaccines.gov.
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Everyone can help prevent bullying in our communities. For more on how to raise awareness and get involved:
youtu.be/2UJbtm7gA9U
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
October is National Youth Substance Use #PreventionMonth. Help is available if you or a friend is struggling with substance use and is seeking support.

🧡 Help yourself & share to help others: fal.cn/3j2sA
 
Today, HHS thru @HRSAgov announced $100 million in American Rescue Plan funding for state-run programs that support, recruit, and retain primary health care workers in underserved communities. Learn more: bit.ly/3DKt1qW
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Pregnant & recently pregnant people are at an increased risk for severe illness from #COVID19, which can also put them at increased risk for preterm birth & other adverse pregnancy outcomes. Be sure to get a COVID-19 vaccine today: vaccines.gov
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Salmonella outbreak linked to raw frozen stuffed chicken is over. Recalled products should no longer be in stores but could still be in your freezer. If you have any left, throw them out or return them to the store. go.usa.gov/xMsvC.
 
#HIPAA doesn’t restrict anyone from sharing information about their own health, such as their #COVID19 #vaccination status. Learn more about what HIPAA covers: bit.ly/3BPPdPu.
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Use Health Literacy Month to focus on plain language so people can find, understand & use your health information. Explore our resources & promotional materials to improve the use of plain language in your organization. bit.ly/2YMPDrN #HealthLiteracyMonth
 
Flu season is here, so let’s go #BooToTheFlu, and #COVID, too!
• Make plans to clean hands
• Cover your cough to keep germs off
#SleeveUp to get your #flu and #COVID19 vaccines by #Halloween
Find vaccines near you: cdc.gov/flu.
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
WATCH LIVE: The VRBPAC meeting is underway. Today’s topic is an amendment to the emergency use authorization of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine for the administration of a booster dose, in individuals 18 years of age and older. youtu.be/BhlshZ7Lkr0
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Event materials are now available online for our next Vaccine and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee meeting, which is scheduled for Thursday and Friday. The draft agenda, roster, briefing documents and other materials are posted here: fda.gov/advisory-commi…
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
COMING UP: Join us for today’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee meeting on Moderna boosters. The event starts at 8:30 a.m. ET and can be live streamed here: youtu.be/BhlshZ7Lkr0
 
Medicaid & the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) can offer free or low-cost health insurance for families. @CMSGov and @IKNGov have posted important information for immigrant families to know about Medicaid and CHIP. bit.ly/3BAvSSq
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
#COVID19 vaccines continue to work well to help prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death.

Scientists have seen some reduced protection in certain groups over time and have recommended booster shots to strengthen protection for those groups: bit.ly/3mrK4Z5.
 
HHS.gov Retweeted ·  
Looking to reduce your salt intake? Here are four steps to help you cut back gradually. fda.gov/consumers/cons…
 
Climate-related events like extreme heat, wildfires, and drought can harm the heart and lungs, even the brain. Some communities share more of the burden of these impacts than others. Learn more from HHS’s Office of Climate Change and Health Equity: bit.ly/3FJDyEf.
 
In reply to @HHSGov
Doesn’t the vaccine only work for like 7 months.
Replying to @simplicitykay_
COVID-19 vaccines are preventing severe illness, hospitalization, and death, even against the widely circulating Delta variant. However, certain populations are facing reduced protection against mild and moderate disease. Learn more: bit.ly/3BDOUaD.
COVID-19 Booster Vaccine
cdc.gov
 
 
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