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The winning apps will help women of color prevent and fight cancer.
The month of May is a time to mark the rich tradition, culture and contribution of Asian Americans and Asian Pacific Islanders.
Whether you're planning to have a baby or not, this campaign from OMH and CDC encourages every female to make the healthiest choices for her health now and for the future.
Spotlights from OMH
Presidential Proclamation - Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, 2013
Accepting Nominations for the Advisory Committee on Minority Health
The Office of Minority Health is seeking nominations of qualified candidates to be considered for appointment as voting members of the Advisory Committee on Minority Health with a focus on improving the health of racial and ethnic minority populations
HHS Promotes Health Care Delivered with CLAS
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the enhanced National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards in late April, providing organizations with a blueprint to help reduce disparities and improve health care.
Free CME Opportunity: Help Avoid Early Induction
To alert health care providers to the impact and effects of late preterm birth and non-medically indicated inductions prior to 39 weeks in the womb, the NICHD National Child and Maternal Health Education program developed this CME program in partnership with Medscape. Learn more.
Download HHS' Mobile Apps
Find a list of mobile applications from Health and Human Services in this one resource, designed to help citizens better access credible health information on the go.
Affordable Care Act: Health Care Where You Live
See what implementation means for your state. From grants to new services and programs, find out how the Affordable Care Act is helping you where you live.
HealthyPeople.gov Highlights Leading Health Indicators
A set of Healthy People 2020 objectives, called Leading Health Indicators, has been selected to communicate high-priority health issues and actions that can be taken to address them.
Heckler Report: Now Available Online
The Heckler Report defined the issue of health disparities in the United States when it was published in 1985.
National Partnership for Action
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