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Fighting the Opioid Crisis Before and After Hours

Officers of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps take on many different jobs across the federal government, including foreign deployments that deal with life-threatening conditions. But at the end of the day, many of them continue to serve on their own time. Increasingly, they are finding a role to play in fighting the opioid crisis in the communities where they live. Cmdr. Leo Angelo Gumapas, an engineer working on water systems, and Lt. Cmdr. John Pesce, managing a portfolio of re...

From Addiction to Freedom and Self-Sufficiency

Second installment of the ďSelf-Sufficiency Series: Solutions from the FieldĒ This series profiles local programs from across the country that are implementing ďPrinciples of Economic MobilityĒ contained in President Trumpís Executive Order †on Reducing Poverty in America by Promoting Opportunity and Economic Mobility. † People with a substance use disorder must sometimes overcome significant barriers to finding meaningful employment, making them a priority population for identifying lessons fro...

Highlighting Local Efforts to Promote Economic Mobility

At HHS, we follow the evidence. After a 50-year war on poverty, the evidence is in: work, personal responsibility, and a healthy economy are fundamental to individual and family well-being and provide the best pathway out of poverty. Programs designed to serve poor families should be assessed by the extent to which they help the heads of households find employment and climb the ladder to their own success. Therefore, supporting employment is a core value and component of HHSís effort and respons...

National Public Health Week

Every American deserves to live a long, healthy life, but we are falling short of that goal.† Life expectancy in the U.S. has declined for the second year in a row.† This decline marks the first time in half a century that American longevity has declined. This is a disturbing problem that faces us as we observe National Public Health Week, April 2-April 8.† Each year, the National Public Health Week, organized by the American Public Health Association, is a time to recognize the contributions of...

#IAmHHS: Nursing at the IHS Hospital Where She was Born

The Phoenix Indian Medical Center is where I was always meant to be. I was born in this hospital, and Ive always felt a connection to it. My grandmother was a Pima native, and my grandfather was African-American.† Iím enrolled in the Gila River Indian Community Tribe. Im proud of my heritage and I know I can celebrate it here.† When I was little, I wanted to be a doctor. But I saw how patients really relate to their nurses, so I went for nursing instead.† I always felt I would work here.† When ...

Donít Die of Embarrassment. Get Screened for Colon Cancer

Iím a relatively modest person. I donít go in for cleavage, but I also donít mind having a male doctor, and if you ask me a personal question, Iíll answer it. Thatís why I was surprised recently for feeling embarrassed at telling my colleagues that I was taking the day off to get a colonoscopy. A colonoscopy is one of the best lines of defense against colorectal cancer ó cancer of the colon or rectum, and the second leading cause of death from cancers that affect both men and women (lung cancer ...

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