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Image description: Today in 1958, NASA was created! Learn about... by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Image description: Today in 1958, NASA was created! Learn about all of our space exploration since then at Read on »
Protect Yourself and Your Kids Online! by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education It is always important to protect yourself and your personal information when you’re online. But it’s especially important for your kids - particularly in the summer, when ... Read on »
HPV Vaccine for Preteens and Teens by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education HPV Vaccine for Preteens and Teens : Parents: Do you know when your children should be vaccinated against HPV? Find out from the CDC. Read on »
Learn How Fees Affect Your Investments by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education If you’re an investor, or if you’re thinking about investing, read Investor.gov’s How Fees and Expenses Affect Your Investment Portfolio . Fees associated with investme ... Read on »
Prevent Eye Damage: Protect Yourself from UV Radiation by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Prevent Eye Damage: Protect Yourself from UV Radiation : You protect your skin with sunscreen, but what about your eyes? Know the dangers of UV rays and take precautions. ... Read on »
Image description: A geologist dips a rock hammer into an active... by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Image description: A geologist dips a rock hammer into an active lava pool at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. After scooping out the lava it is placed in the water t ... Read on »
Help for Teens with Psychiatric Disorders by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Help for Teens with Psychiatric Disorders : Fewer than half of teens with psychiatric disorder received treatment in the last year. Find ways to help. Read on »
Image description: From the Department of the Interior: A... by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Image description: From the Department of the Interior : A beautiful black and white shot inside a snow cave high up on Swiftcurrent Pass in Glacier Nation ... Read on »
Register to Vote and Elections by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Register to Vote and Elections : Participate in democracy! Know how to register to vote, request an absentee ballot, or change your registration. Read on »
Get Help Paying for Child Care by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Get Help Paying for Child Care : Childcare can be expensive, but there are programs that may help you cover the cost. See if any are a fit for you. Read on »
Image description: From the Peace Corps: We’ve announced... by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Image description: From the Peace Corps : We’ve announced historic changes to our application and selection process! Get sta ... Read on »
A Parent's Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education A Parent's Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder : Autism affects 1 in 68 children. Learn more about the disorder, its symptoms and some treatment options. Read on »
People over age 60 have a higher risk for glaucoma by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education People over age 60 have a higher risk for glaucoma : Remind your friends and family members to schedule an eye exam. Read on »
Image description: John Coltrane’s 1964 original sketch for his... by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Image description: John Coltrane’s 1964 original sketch for his 33-minute jazz suite, A Love Supreme. Inspired by a religious awakening he experienced after overcoming ... Read on »
How to Build a $1,000 Emergency Fund in 10 Months by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education By Katie Bryan Do you have $1,000 set aside for emergencies? If you already do, you could probably use another $1,000 in that account. Experts recommend keeping at ... Read on »
Don't Get Ripped Off at the Mechanic! by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Don't Get Ripped Off at the Mechanic! : Don’t get ripped off at the mechanic. Choose a good shop, know the questions to ask and the maintenance you need. Read on »
2014 Summer Reading Lists by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education 2014 Summer Reading Lists : Looking for some books for your kids to read this summer? Check out these summer reading lists. Read on »
Marine Biologist Interview by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Marine Biologist Interview : Are you interested in science and oceans? Check out this interview with a marine biologist from our friends at Kids.gov. Read on »
Image description: An American astronaut stands on the surface... by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Image description: An American astronaut stands on the surface of the moon. July 20th is the anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon and Neil Armstrong saying the ... Read on »
Building a Better Credit Report by USA.gov Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Building a Better Credit Report : Want to improve your credit score, but don’t know how? This guide can help you find legitimate ways to improve credit. Read on »