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The Military Health System is an interconnected network of service members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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Body composition study makes stop at Fort Lee

Article Around MHS
2/14/2022
Military personnel during a body composition study

The Army Comprehensive Body Composition Study made its way to Fort Lee Feb. 5, beginning an 6-day effort to collect data that could one day support policy changes to the Army Body Composition Program.

Military Medical Units Support Civilian Hospitals Strained By COVID-19 Surge

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2/14/2022
Air Force Staff Sgt. Bradley Gorman, a medical technician assigned to a military medical team deployed to Yuma, Arizona performs a nasal swab at the Yuma Regional Medical Center’s COVID testing drive-thru in Yuma, Jan. 17, 2022.

Thousands of service members have been supporting civilian hospitals with testing, vaccinations and treatment of seriously ill patients.

COVID-19 therapeutics support DOD pandemic response

Article Around MHS
2/11/2022
Military personnel getting COVID-29 doses ready

The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency is helping to protect the operational force by distributing several new therapeutic options that help to lessen the symptoms of mild-to-moderate cases of COVID-19 and keep Soldiers, their families and beneficiaries out of the hospital.

Army Reserve medics support fellow Soldiers during Allied Spirit 22

Article Around MHS
2/11/2022
Combat Medical personnel from U.S. Army Reserve Unit 444th Medical Company Ground Ambulance Unit

U.S. Army Reserve combat medics assigned to 444th Medical Company, Ground Ambulance Unit from Beaver, West Virginia, participated in Exercise Allied Spirit 22 in the Joint Multinational Readiness Center training area near Hohenfels, Germany in late Jan.

Women’s Heart Attacks Symptoms Can Differ from Men’s: Know the Signs

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2/11/2022
Signs and symptoms of a heart attack can differ between women and men. If you have any of these symptoms, call 911 quickly.

Doctors say women sometimes fail to recognize their unique warnings signs for heart problems.

Enjoy Your Super Bowl Snacks with a Side of Food Safety

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2/11/2022
Military personnel grilling food

While millions watch NFL players battle it out in the Super Bowl, the real MVPs on Sunday will be chicken wings—more than 1 billion will be consumed before, during and after the game! Whether you bake, roast, fry or order in your chicken wings, don’t forget the four food safety steps that night.

COVID-19 Health Action Response for Marines continues to study long-term effects of COVID-19 on Marines

Article Around MHS
2/10/2022
Medical military personnel talking to a patient

A team composed of U.S. Navy medical personnel and civilian technicians based out of the Naval Medical Research Center in Silver Spring, Maryland, assembled during the initial outbreak of COVID-19 to study the short and long-term effects that the virus has on Marines. 

For Thousands of Troops, Eye Surgery is Key to Vision Readiness

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2/10/2022
A surgical team with the Warfighter Refractive Eye Surgery Program at Womack Army Medical Center at Fort Bragg monitors the progress of a patient's surgery inside the Ophthalmology Clinic's Refractive Surgery suite.

Helping service members – especially aviators – see clearly without glasses is key to military readiness.

Don't Fumble Food Safety on Super Bowl Sunday

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2/10/2022
Marine with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit participate in a football tournament in Spain.

Here are some USDA food safety tips to enjoy a safe Super Bowl Sunday.

Fortitude and Resilience The Journey of a Navy Medical Student

Article Around MHS
2/9/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

Black History Month gives us the opportunity to reflect on African American contributions, achievements, and culture.

‘Tactical Napping’ and Other Tips to Sleep Well On Deployment

Article
2/9/2022
A trainee attempts to get a little sleep as he waits for transportation at the Joe E. Mann Ballroom Dec. 18. He is one of thousands of Initial Entry Training Soldiers across the Army who are headed home on leave for the holidays.

Forward-deployed service members don’t always have the luxury of optimal sleep. But good strategies to manage sleep loss can help mitigate the impact on performance and readiness.

Gone, but Never Forgotten, at NMRTC Bremerton

Article Around MHS
2/8/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

Navy Medicine Readiness Training Command (NMRTC) Bremerton held a dedication ceremony in honor of Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Maxton Soviak, killed during a suicide bombing August 26, 2021, at the Abbey Gates of Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan.

Getting up-to-date on your COVID-19 vaccine

Article Around MHS
2/8/2022
Military personnel giving the COVID-19 vaccine

The U.S. Guard Coast is that we have vaccines to help prevent serious illness if you contract COVID-19.

Why Today’s ‘Gen Z’ is at Risk for Boot Camp Injuries

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2/8/2022
Military personnel during boot camp

Today’s military recruits are more likely than ever to sustain a serious injury at their initial military training. Here’re some tips for how to prepare before shipping out.

RHC-C Soldier wins 2022 Army Best Medic Competition

Article Around MHS
2/7/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

Weed Army Community Hospital medics won first place in the 2022 U.S. Army Best Medic Competition, which took place Jan. 24-28 at Fort Hood, Texas.

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