HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will be available exclusively to WebMD readers to answers questions about additional preventive services for women that will be covered in new health plans starting Aug. 1. The changes are part of the 2010 health reform law.
Among the services included are : well-women visits, birth control, breastfeeding support and supplies, screening for gestational diabetes, domestic violence screening, STD screening and HPV testing.
Please click on this link to post your questions on our WebMD Newsroom blog and we'll take them to Washington, D.C. You can watch Secretary Sebelius share her answers with us live on Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 1:30 p.m.View Thread
Dr. Benaroch, that sounds yummy! My daughter is getting married soon and has been "practicing" cooking on us. She loves the slow cooker and I'm going to pass this along to her! Sounds delish, thank you for sharing!View Thread
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