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Clinical Guidelines for Post-Vaccination Associated Myopericarditis Algorithm

Fact Sheet
10/7/2021

This fact sheet outlines the clinical guidelines for post-vaccination associated myopericarditis algorithm.

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Mask Mouth Does Not Exist, Dentists Say

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10/6/2021
A bunch of children wearing face masks walk on a city street.

Mask mouth doesn’t exist, Internet chatter to the contrary, dentists say.

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It's time for your flu vaccine

Article Around MHS
10/6/2021
A Coast Guard petty officer administers the intranasal flu vaccine to a Coast Guard member.

Flu vaccinations are now available and are mandatory for all active duty and selected reserve Coast Guard members.

Compassionate Caring with COVID Vax Commitment

Article Around MHS
10/6/2021
A  female doctor poses for a photo.

When pregnant patients have an appointment with Lt. Cmdr. Megan Northup at Naval Hospital Bremerton, they get more than a qualified and caring OB/GYN physician.

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How to save a life

Article Around MHS
10/6/2021
A Marine practices Tactical Combat Causality Care on a simulated casualty during a TCCC course on Camp Hansen.

TCCC is the first step in a trauma life support situation to reduce preventable deaths while operating and maintaining mission success in a forward deployed environment.

Mask Mouth is a Myth

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10/6/2021
A bunch of children wearing face masks walk on a city street.

Mask mouth is not a real phenomenon, according to dentists. Children who wear masks are not suffering tooth decay because of their masks, internet rumors of mask mouth to the contrary.

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10/5/2021
Small boy wearing black face mask and hat poses for camera while helping to make masks at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma.

Kai Bolanos, the child of an active duty Air Force member, poses while helping to make face masks for base members, April 8, 2020, at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. There is no causal relationship between wearing masks and tooth decay despite rumors to the contrary, dental experts say.

TRICARE 2021

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10/5/2021
Military personnel reuniting with their families

III Corps soldiers return from deployment and reunite with their families on Fort Hood, Texas in late September 2021. (DOD photo)

Hearing Connects Us to the World; Protecting Your Hearing Matters

Article
10/5/2021

Hearing Center of Excellence duo talks about the importance of hearing health and protection both on and off duty.

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Following Report, DOD to Redouble Suicide Prevention Efforts

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10/5/2021
A person helps another person up.

Following a recent report about suicide, the DOD redouble efforts to prevent suicides.

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Momentum builds as Army implements Holistic Health and Fitness

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10/5/2021
Soldiers prepare to exercise.

The Army’s implementation of Holistic Health and Fitness, or H2F, has made significant progress over the past year as the Army’s primary investment in Soldier readiness and lethality.

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Oral hygiene impacts your overall physical health

Article Around MHS
10/5/2021
A Marine looks at his teeth in a mirror.

October is National Dental Hygiene Awareness Month and Dental Health Command Europe wants you to know that taking care of your oral health is vitally important to your overall physical health.

Q&A: TRICARE For Life Expert Discusses How You Get Coverage

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10/5/2021
Military personnel reuniting with their families

TRICARE For Life Expert Discusses How You Get Coverage

Army medical logistics leader recognized after nearly 40-year career

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10/4/2021
Army Col. John “Ryan” Bailey, right, commander of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency, presents Chris Roan with the Civilian Service Commendation Medal during Roan’s retirement ceremony Sept. 17 at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Roan retires with nearly 40 years of federal service.

Chris Roan's nearly 40-year career in the Army includes nearly 30 years of active-duty service and 10 more in civilian service.

ADAPT: Champions Promoting healthy relationships with alcohol

Article Around MHS
10/4/2021
Senior Airman Stephanie Augst, 18th Operational Readiness Medical Squadron Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment technician, gives an alcohol abuse briefing at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Sept. 10, 2021. An ADAPT Champion is encouraged to speak at commander’s calls and host unit newcomers briefings to ensure they are a visible and familiar resource to their units.

People choose to drink alcohol for a variety of reasons — some drink to enhance social experiences while others drink as an avenue to escape their everyday problems.

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