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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.

Please note that files more than five years old may not be compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. If you need an accessible version of a particular file, please contact us and we will provide one for you.

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Mar 7, 2024

Helping a Military Child Heal After Loss

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When a tragedy occurs, it’s important to offer love, support, and hope to children as they navigate the grieving process. While things may be difficult for a while, they won’t always be. Try the following suggestions to support them as they begin to heal.

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Mar 7, 2024

8 Sleep Strategies for Shift Workers

.PDF | 1.04 MB

The military works around the clock to provide critical mission coverage. Improve your sleep with these tips when working non-traditional hours.

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Mar 7, 2024

Can We Talk?

.PDF | 6.67 MB

Concerned about a friend, family member, or coworker? Try these conversation starters to help you reach out and encourage them to seek care.

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Mar 7, 2024

Rethink Your Drink

.PDF | 1.11 MB

For drinkers and non-drinkers alike, it might not be clear what counts as excessive drinking. Use this resource to better understand your drinking habits and help you make healthier choices.

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Mar 7, 2024

Staying Connected

.PDF | 1.16 MB

Deployments and Permanent Change of Station (PCS) transitions are an important part of military life, filled with new opportunities and experiences. However, the challenges of moving and separating from family may contribute to loneliness and social isolation. Learn what steps you can take to feel more connected.

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Mar 5, 2024

5 Point Checklist for Weight Management

.PDF | 634.33 KB

This patient handout provides five common misconceptions that may lead to gains in body fat, and a worksheet for providers and patients to determine goals for BMI, activity levels, nutrition and behavior modification.

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Mar 5, 2024

BMI

.PDF | 151.98 KB

One-page provider tool to determine Body Mass Index.

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Mar 5, 2024

Assessment and Management of Headache Following Concussion/ Mild TBI Clinical Recommendation

.PDF | 1.12 MB

This clinical recommendation, newly revised in 2024, includes specific recommendations of both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment of the most common types of post-traumatic headache, two additional PTH subtypes, and expanded information on medication overuse headache.

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Mar 4, 2024

Not Feeling Like Yourself Poster

.PDF | 1.98 MB

Military Life is Hard On Your Mind And Body - Even pain or trouble sleeping can hurt mission readiness. Talk to your health care provider if you feel unusually: • Tired • Stressed • Angry • Sad • Forgetful • Worried • Pained • Hopeless

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Mar 4, 2024

Reaching Out Made Me Stronger Johnson

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Reaching out for care after my sexual assault made me the strong woman and mother I am today. Air Force Staff Sgt., Brittany Johnson, Sexual Assault Survivor

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Mar 4, 2024

Far From Home But Not Alone Flyer

.PDF | 1.02 MB

5 SUPPORT RESOURCES YOU CAN ACCESS OVERSEAS - Confidential help for military life challenges and psychological health concerns is just a call or click away – even when you’re stationed OCONUS. The free resources below are available for service members or their families 24/7 from any location.

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Mar 4, 2024

Reaching Out Made Me Stronger

.PDF | 726.22 KB

Poster featuring Retired Army Maj., Jeremy Haynes, describing his experience as a wounded warrior and reaching out for support for psychological health and PTSD.

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