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MHS and MOS Town Hall To Your Health Summer Safety

Image of Picture of Lt. Col. Christine Smetana. MHS and Military OneSource presents a summer safety discussion with experts from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Join us live on Tuesday, July 13 at noon ET, for the next Military Health System-Military OneSource Town Hall! Titled "To Your Health, Summer Safety" we'll be joined by Lt. Col. Christine Smetana, who is one of the wonderful physicians and a General Preventive Medicine Resident at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Lt. Col. Smetana is going to discuss the ways to stay safe this summer, from making sure you're wearing the right SPF to keeping track of your mental health and well-being.

July is Summer Safety Month. The DOD is committed to protecting the health of service members. Keeping safe this summer is vital to ensure service members are able to perform effectively, efficiently, and safely on and off duty.

MHS and Military OneSource To Your Health: Summer Safety Discussion

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