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Public Health Nutritionist Shares Strategies, Resources for Meeting New Year Weight Loss Goals

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1/12/2023
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Don't give up on your 2023 resolution to lose weight! We've gathered some unique tips, tools, and strategies to help you stay the course and meet your goals.

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Army Medical Logistics Command Focuses on Medical Readiness of National Guard Reserve Units

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1/11/2023
Military personnel at workshop

U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command leaders meet to tackle the challenges of ordering medical equipment and supplies. Find out about the strategies behind "Medical Logistics in Campaigning" that will poise Army medical personnel to transition quickly from peacetime at home station to an active operational environment.

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Readiness Capabilities | Medical Logistics

A Team Approach Strengthens African Partner Medical Capabilities

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1/11/2023
Military personnel providing equipment under the The African Peacekeeping Rapid Response Partnership

The African Peacekeeping Rapid Response Partnership was initiated to rapidly deploy peacekeeping operations in Africa. Find out how this five-year program culminated in closer partnerships as well as establishing processes required to sustain logistics, medical planning, combat casualty care, and infection control.

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Building Partner Capacity and Interoperability | Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief | Global Health Security Agenda

Air Guard Flight Nurse Receives Distinguished Flying Cross

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1/11/2023
Katie Lunning receiving Distinguished Flying Cross

She's the first Air National Guard flight nurse to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross. Learn more about how Maj. Katie Lunning endured two weeks of live-saving humanitarian missions in Afghanistan - and how her bravery under fire culminated in the single largest aeromedical evacuation airlift in Kabul Coalition Hospital’s history.

DOD Aims to Shield Warfighters From Novel Biological Agents

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1/11/2023
Military personnel in chemical cloud

Newer and more complicated biological battlefield threats are prompting the need for stronger countermeasures. We explain the DOD's new advances in medical countermeasures - including cutting edge technology and artificial intelligence - to keep the warfighters operational and combat ready.

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Research & Innovation | Chemical and Biological Exposures

Injured Fort Bliss K-9 Handler Makes Inspiring Return to Duty

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1/10/2023
Military personnel with K9

A military working dog handler assigned to the 93rd Military Police battalion survives a horrific motorcycle crash with a speeding pickup driver, but his prognosis was grim. Find out how dedication, motivation, and his sweet connection with a K-9 got U.S. Army Spc. Cade Brown back on the road to recovery.

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Warrior Care | Health Readiness & Combat Support

MHS GENESIS Video Connect Enhances Patient Support

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1/9/2023
Cheryl Hansen, a health educator at Naval Hospital Bremerton, at computer

In a region where travel is defined by navigating the geographically complicated waters of Puget Sound, the time and space from provider to patient can be daunting. Now, see what's happening at Naval Hospital Bremerton to bridge that distance and enhance beneficiary support.

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MHS GENESIS: The Electronic Health Record | MHS Video Connect | MHS GENESIS

Theater Medical Command Experiment Focuses on Large-Scale Combat Operations, Future Operating Environment

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1/6/2023
Military medical personnel at Fort Sam Houston

The Medical Capability Integration Directorate hosted its culminating limited objective experiment for calendar year 2022. See how the Theater Medical Command (TMC) Experiment will affect large-scale combat operations and prioritize limited Army Health System capabilities and how the TMC will support future operating environments.

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Health Readiness & Combat Support

Canadian Medical Team on USNS Comfort Completes Continuing Promise 2022

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1/5/2023
Canadian armed forces personnel aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort

"Continuing Promise 2022" continues to deliver. See how the U.S. Navy and the Royal Canadian Navy integrated seamlessly to provide medical services, and humanitarian assistance, and disaster relief projects in the U.S. Southern Command while strengthening our bond as neighbors and allies.

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Uniformed Services University Professor Develops Self-Diagnosis, Treatment Kit for Common Female Infections

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1/4/2023
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It's a major research advancement in women's health and females serving in the U.S. military may soon have access to it. See how a new, self-diagnosis and self-treatment kit can help deployed women overseas or in austere environments.

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Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences | Research & Innovation | Women's Health

Travis Medic Rescues Life While on Honeymoon

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1/3/2023
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Harris Belmonte

Vacations are typically a chance to unwind, but what happens when there is an emergency in paradise? While enjoying time off in Hawaii, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Harris Belmonte, the critical care shift lead of the 60th Inpatient Operations Squadron, rendered life-saving aid to a stranger in need.

The Meaning of a Navy Medicine Family

Article Around MHS
12/30/2022
The four Maldarelli sisters serving in the Navy

For some serving today in Navy Medicine, the term "Navy family" can hold a very literal meaning. Just ask the Maldarelli sisters, whose personal and Navy family intermingle.

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Prepares for Transition to MHS GENESIS in Spring of 2023

Article Around MHS
12/30/2022
MHS GENESIS Patient Portal Training at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will transition to MHS GENESIS in the spring of 2023. Find out about the improved services, new features, and changes implemented to deliver an enhanced patient experience to service members and their families.

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MHS GENESIS | MHS GENESIS

Air Force Research Laboratory Launches Wearable Biomolecular Sensors Program

Article Around MHS
12/29/2022
Military personnel demonstrating a wearable human performance monitoring device

It's like an aircraft's "black box" - that Soldiers wear. Learn about the research collaboration that will literally "arm" warfighters with a sensor to track their well-being during critical missions, predicting performance and health issues before they occur.

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Research & Innovation | Health Care Technology

Naval Medical Research Center Begins Phase 1 Testing of Diarrhea Vaccine

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12/29/2022
Research scientist in laboratory

The Naval Medical Research Center partners with the National Institute of Health’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to begin testing of a new vaccine. Find out how it could protect Soldiers against a debilitating conditions that often impair the ability to do their jobs.

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Medical Research and Development | Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
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