The new $4.5 million Boost Up for Kids initiative will help over 2.4 million kids ages 4 to 18 get the lifesaving medicine they need.
It is the largest such initiative in the U.S., and the first to reach all children in the United States.
This program is part of a broader national initiative to reduce childhood obesity.
Boost Up for kids is an initiative of the Department of Health and Human Services that was created to help kids across the nation get the most effective medicines available, the HHS announced in a news release.
The program is designed to save kids lives by increasing access to life-saving drugs, improving health outcomes for kids, and reducing hospitalizations.
Boost up for kids offers a new way to save lives by helping kids get the medicines they need for life.
This new initiative is part the new national strategy that will help more kids get lifesaving drugs, including those that treat cancer and diabetes, the CDC announced.
Boost Up will also help families save money, while saving lives.
The Boost Up program is being run by the U,S.
Department of Labor, and the Department’s National Institute on Drug Abuse.
It will provide support to over 1,000 participating organizations, including local, state and federal health departments, and community and faith-based organizations.
In total, Boost Up is expected to save more than $4 billion over the next five years, the government said.
“We’re excited to continue our work with Boost Up to improve children’s access to lifesaving medicines.
Boosting access to safe and effective medicines for children and adults is a priority for the Trump Administration,” HHS Secretary Tom Price said in a statement.
BoostUp has also been expanded to cover other medicines for kids.
It includes the following drugs:In addition, BoostUp has been expanding coverage of the new COVID-19 vaccine, the new pneumococcal vaccine, and some vaccines for people with certain immune deficiencies, including people who have certain immune conditions.
Boost is also a new vaccine for people over 65 years old who are living in rural areas, and a program for people ages 6 to 18 in schools, day care centers and other settings.
Boost has been a key component of President Trump’s $5 trillion budget proposal, which he released last month.
That proposal included a $1 billion boost to the Boost Up initiative, which was designed to help 2.3 million kids get life-changing medicines.