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Fuel for the mission series 3: Hydrated

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6/22/2022
Fuel for the mission series 3: Hydrated

Prolonged or intense periods of exertion can cause dehydration and loss of electrolytes — such as sodium, potassium, and magnesium. Remember to stay hydrated and drink fluids frequently, even when you are not thirsty. https://www.hprc-online.org/nutritional-fitness/performance-nutrition/basic-hydration-strategies

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Supplement Safety

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6/22/2022
Supplement Safety

Dietary supplements can help you get an adequate amount of essential nutrients but should not take the place of foods that are important to a healthy diet. When consuming supplements, be sure to speak with your primary care provider or a registered dietician. Here's more: https://www.opss.org/

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Macronutrients

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Macronutrients

Carbs, fats, and proteins are the nutrients—or macronutrients—your body needs in large amounts for energy. For a truly balanced diet that will fuel your body to fight throughout the day, ensure you include some of these macronutrients! https://www.hprc-online.org/nutritional-fitness/performance-nutrition/macronutrients-101

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Fuel for the mission series 4: Fat intake

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6/22/2022
Fuel for the mission series 4: Fat intake

Fat is an essential nutrient, but not all fats are the same. Choose healthy fats like nuts and seeds, olive oil, and avocados to properly fuel your body. On the other hand, saturated and trans fats can contribute to heart disease, high cholesterol, weight gain, and other health-related illnesses. https://www.hprc-online.org/nutrition/eating-environments/healthy-fats-fitting-fat-your-diet

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Army, Navy Public Health Officials Collect Weapon System-related Health Hazard Data in Support of Blast Overpressure Exposure Assessment

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6/21/2022
Military personnel by M777 Howitzer

A team of scientists and engineers from the U.S. Army Public Health Center and the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center recently traveled to Fort Carson to conduct a Joint Service Member Occupational Health Assessment, also known as a JSOHA, of the M777 Howitzer—a weapon that is routinely used in military training and combat operations.

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Chlamydia is the Military's Most Common Sexually Transmitted Infection

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6/21/2022
Chlamydia is the Military's Most Common Sexually Transmitted Infection

Chlamydia – commonly kno.wn as “the clam” – is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the military community

Chlamydia is the Military's Most Common Sexually Transmitted Infection

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6/21/2022
Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S., and most people who have it don’t know it. You may be able to get STI testing and treatment at your local community health clinic. In the photo, a service member at Naval Medical Center Camp LeJeune Community Health Clinic gets tested for STIs.  (Photo: Naval Medical Center Camp LeJeune Public Affairs)

Rates for Chlamydia have been rising in recent years. Chlamydia can cause permanent damage that can make it difficult or impossible for women to get pregnant. It often shows no symptoms at all but in some cases, it can cause a burning sensation when peeing in both men and women.

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Anniversary of School of Air Evacuation at USAFSAM

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6/21/2022
Anniversary of School of Air Evacuation at USAFSAM

Happy Anniversary, School of Air Evacuation. Cheers to 79 years of sacrifice and dedication to ensuring a medically ready force. #Salute @USAFMedicine @AFResearchLab

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August

Immunization Awareness Month

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6/21/2022
Immunization Awareness Month

Vaccines are effective and offer the protection your body needs to fight serious diseases. When was the last time you checked to see if your immunizations are up to date? Start by calling your doctor and scheduling an appointment to update your vaccines. www.health.mil/Vaccines #ImmunizationAwarenessMonth

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August

World Lung Cancer Day

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6/21/2022
World Lung Cancer Day

Lung cancer continues to be one of the most common cancers worldwide, claiming more lives yearly than breast, colon, and prostate cancers combined. Take some time today to learn more about the risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment of lung cancer. For screening options, visit: https://tricare.mil/CoveredServices/IsItCovered/CancerScreenings

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August

Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over

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6/21/2022
Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over

#DrunkDriving is no joke. If you choose to get behind the wheel while inebriated, you’re risking the lives of everyone around you. When drinking alcohol, plan ahead and ensure you have a safe ride home… or you could face serious consequences. #DriveSoberOrGetPulledOver

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August

U.S. Department of Defense Birthday

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6/21/2022
U.S. Department of Defense Birthday

73 years ago, the Department of Defense was established to unite our country’s greatest fighting forces under the secretary of defense. Today, brave Americans everywhere proudly serve alongside fellow military branches within the DOD. #DoDSince1949

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August

Purple Heart Day

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6/21/2022
Purple Heart Day

The Purple Heart medal is presented to service members who have been wounded or killed as a result of enemy action while serving. Today, we remember and honor the brave men and women and their sacrifice in service to our country.

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August

National Fresh Breath Day

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6/21/2022
National Fresh Breath Day

Improve your oral hygiene this National #FreshBreathDay by brushing twice a day, flossing, and staying hydrated to prevent bad breath. Remember, practicing great oral health is the number one way to lower the risk of cancer, prevent gum disease and tooth decay, and more

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August

Dr Robert Marshall

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6/21/2022
Dr Robert Marshall

Dr. Robert Marshall is the program director of the Department of Defense Clinical Informatics Fellowship at Madigan Army Medical Center.

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