"Seriously, Do You Want Your Mother to Have a Nervous Breakdown?" Listen to These Moms Share Why You Should Get Covered:
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Jennifer Lopez walked at eight months, and was climbing out of her crib at a year old. Alicia Keys was "an old soul" who could hear a song once and then play it. Jonah Hill flooded his elementary school. They also all thought they were invincible, like most young people do.
Sharon Feldstein, Patsy Noah, Terria Joseph, and Guadalupe Rodriguez (otherwise known as the moms of Jonah Hill, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, and Jennifer Lopez) recently sat down for the #YourMomCares campaign to share why, as mothers, they think it's so important that everyone -- and especially young people -- make sure they're covered.
And if you still need health insurance, you need to sign up for 2014 coverage by March 31. You can do that right now at HealthCare.gov -- where most people submit an application in just 20 minutes.
- Sign up for health insurance right now at HealthCare.gov
- The President, straight to you: Get covered
- President Obama sits down "between two ferns" to talk health insurance