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Cholesterol Education

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 1 in 3 American adults have high cholesterol.

CHCO Blog - Change the Narrative

Do you ever wonder about the stories we tell ourselves about our lives? How we write chapters about what is wrong, or not right, or doesn’t measure up in our life in comparison to others?

Practicing Gratitude

Gratitude is a state of thankfulness and appreciation for the positive things in life that are valuable and meaningful to you. This can range from appreciating a beautiful sunset to feeling grateful about recovering from an illness.

Feds Feed Families – Wrap Up

Thank you all for your generosity during the 2021 Feds Feed Families campaign. This year DHS employees across the country donated more than 435,000 pounds of food and nonperishable items. The mission of Feds Feed Families is to bring help and support to the communities in which we work.

September is National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month, a time to recognize millions of Americans who have achieved recovery from substance abuse and addiction disorders.

Story Behind the Numbers

At the Department of Homeland Security, our Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® scores are an excellent example of why it is so important to get an understanding of the story behind the ranking. Equally as important is making sure the story we are telling captures more than what is wrong, especially when we are telling that story ourselves.

CHCO Blog - Power of Creation

When we create with our minds, we draw on our experiences, our lessons learned and our past.  When we create with our heart, we expand our opportunities into serving the greater good and set ourselves on an even grander journey. 

Protecting Your Brain Health

The brain is our most complex organ. It's also one of the most important. Striving to keep it healthy by participating in mentally stimulating activities.

Talking to Loved Ones about Aging

As our parents and elderly relatives age and experience increased health problems or cognitive changes, completing daily living skills may become more difficult or even impossible.


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