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Top Medical Workplace Injuries – And Some Tips to Prevent Them

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10/15/2021
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Occupational Hazards for Health Care Workers: Advice from the Experts

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More Than 95% of Active Duty Have Received COVID-19 Vaccine

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10/15/2021
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Service members continue to line up for COVID-19 vaccinations.

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Train your brain for injury recovery and peak performance

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10/14/2021
Enriched environments and new experiences encourage brain plasticity. When you learn something new—such as a new instrument, language, skill, or sport—new neuropathways are created in your brain.

Your brain is continuously evolving and growing, which is sometimes called having “plasticity” or being “malleable.”

Flu Shots are Available Now And Are More Important than Ever

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10/13/2021
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It’s flu season. Get vaccinated. COVID-19 concerns should redouble desire to get vaccinated against the flu.

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Tips for How to ‘Train Right’ and Avoid Injuries During Sports and PT

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10/13/2021
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Physical training, recreational activities, and sports are key to service members’ health but musculoskeletal injuries due to sudden incidents and repeated stress or overuse are the biggest health problem in the U.S. military.

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USU Co-leads Largest NCAA-DOD Concussion Study in History

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10/8/2021
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The Uniformed Service University will co-lead the next phase of the largest concussion and repetitive head impact study.

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Sesame Street Supports Military Families During TDYs

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10/8/2021
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New Sesame Street for Military Families content follows Elmo and his parents as dad, Louie, goes off on a short-term National Guard assignment.

Mask Mouth Does Not Exist, Dentists Say

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10/6/2021
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Mask mouth doesn’t exist, Internet chatter to the contrary, dentists say.

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Hearing Connects Us to the World; Protecting Your Hearing Matters

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

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10/5/2021
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TRICARE For Life Expert Discusses How You Get Coverage

DHA establishes Central Texas Market to improve health care delivery

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10/4/2021
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The Central Texas Market will enable greater collaboration across military hospitals and clinics in the Central Texas region to strengthen the medical readiness of service members and enable these facilities to deliver better care and a better patient experience.

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Happy Birthday, DHA! Director Reflects on Eight Years of Progress

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10/1/2021
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Oct. 1 marked the 8th anniversary of the founding of the Defense Health Agency, the U.S. military’s only medical combat support agency. Director Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald Place said the evolution, growth and success the agency has experienced since also comes with greater expectations, greater demand and ever-increasing responsibility going forward.

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Yes, You Can Still Get Old Medical Records after MHS GENESIS Transition

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10/1/2021
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As the Military Health System rolls out a standardized electronic health record, MHS GENESIS, across all Defense Health Agency-managed military medical treatment facilities, legacy patient records are kept in the Joint Longitudinal Viewer application.

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Five ways to manage chronic pain for military wellness

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9/30/2021
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Ways to manage chronic pain for military wellness

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DHA’s Mobile Apps Can Help You with Overall Wellness

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9/30/2021
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Healthcare and wellness apps developed by the DHA are proliferating.

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