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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month By Putting Your Health First

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, @HHSgov and @HHSLatino are hosting a live bilingual Twitter chat on Monday, September 15th at 2 p.m. EST. The chat will focus on putting your health first and discuss how to to sign up for health coverage, how to find free resources to help you make healthy lifestyle decisions and how to make a difference in your community.

You’ll also have the opportunity to ask any health-related questions and get answers from the experts.

Join us and others from across the government to chat about the health challenges, preventive care and how to take charge of your health.

Use the hashtag #HHMSalud to join the conversation!

Find Advice For Talking to Your Kids About Money During Tuesday’s Live Event

Looking for advice on how to talk to your kids about money? Join Kids.gov and CFPB today at 1pm ET for a Twitter chat and get your questions answered!

Follow along on Twitter with the hashtag #moneytalk. You can also find updates on the Kids.gov Twitter page: www.twitter.com/kidsgov

Image description: Join us on Thursday, June 20, at 1 p.m. ET for a live Twitter chat about fun and educational activities for kids this summer. You’ll learn about great free and educational resources from Kids.gov, NASA and more and you’ll find out about fun outdoor activities on our country’s public lands. 
To participate, follow @kidsgov on Twitter and use the hashtag #kidsummer.

Image description: Join us on Thursday, June 20, at 1 p.m. ET for a live Twitter chat about fun and educational activities for kids this summer. You’ll learn about great free and educational resources from Kids.gov, NASA and more and you’ll find out about fun outdoor activities on our country’s public lands.

To participate, follow @kidsgov on Twitter and use the hashtag #kidsummer.

Calling all parents! Join Kids.gov and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau this afternoon from 2-4 p.m. EST for a Twitter chat on how to talk to your kids about money.

Join the conversation by following Kids.gov (@kidsgov) and CFPB (@cfpb) on Twitter and using the hashtag #MoneyTalk in your tweets.