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Reports

Here you will find online reports released by the Military Health System. You can search for a specific report by either scrolling down the page or entering a keyword in the search box.

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Publication
Jul 1, 2005

CDCs Third National Report on Human Exposrure to Environmental Chemicals

The National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals provides an ongoing assessment of the U.S. population’s exposure to environmental chemicals using biologic monitoring (biomonitoring). Biomonitoring is the direct assessment of people’s exposure to chemicals by measuring the chemicals or their breakdown products (metabolites) in blood or ...

Publication
Jul 1, 2005

TRICARE Pharmacy Operations (July 2005)

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The military health system (MHS) offers its beneficiaries several options that completely or partly cover the cost of drugs.

Publication
Apr 1, 2005

Deployment-Related Stress (April 2005)

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Along with the usual stresses faced by American families, military families face stresses unique to military service. Some are related to deployment, including separation from deployed spouses, and the exposure of a family member to the dangers of combat.

Publication
Mar 10, 2005

U.S. Army Capstone Depleted Uranium Aerosols Study

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The Capstone Depleted Uranium Human Health Risk Assessment determined there would be little or no impact on the health of service members who breathe in depleted uranium (DU) dust particles while inside tanks or other vehicles hit by DU munitions.

Publication
Jan 1, 2005

Overweight in the Military (January 2005)

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As among civilians, weight problems appear to be increasing among MHS beneficiaries. Excess weight is implicated in many diseases and chronic conditions, including hypertension, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and arthritis.

Publication
Oct 1, 2004

Capstone Depleted Uranium Aerosols

This report, which documents the Capstone study, is the sourcebook of data from which reasonable and appropriate data could be selected for assessing exposure and characterizing human health risks to personnel who were exposed to aerosols during the Gulf War/ODS or potentially could be exposed to aerosols in future military activities.

Publication
May 9, 2003

Chiu Lui agrees to pay $100,000

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Chui Lun Lui, also known as Alan Lui, a former military dentist agreed to pay $100,000 to the government in settlement of a case arising under the False Claims Act.

Publication
Jan 1, 2001

Depleted Uranium in Kosovo: Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment

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This report presents the findings of the first-ever international assessment of the environmental impact of depleted uranium (DU) when used in a real conflict situation. It has been carried out as part of the post-conflict assessments conducted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in the Balkans.

Publication
Dec 13, 2000

Environmental Exposure Report

Environmental Exposure Reports are reports of what we know today about certain events of the 1990-1991 Gulf War. This particular environmental exposure report focuses on the use of, and exposures to, depleted uranium (DU).

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