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Wife Helps Marine Get Over his Stubbornness and Ask for Help with his Health

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6/1/2015
Wife Helps Marine Get Over his Stubbornness and Ask for Help with his Health

Marine Staff Sgt. Mathew Barr (in the blue plaid shirt) holds his 1-year-old daughter Evelyn while 4-year-old daughter Maelee (back to camera) watches Callie Barr read a poem at a recent caregivers recognition luncheon at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.

Education, diversity, service define careers of sibling naval officers

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5/27/2015
Education, diversity, service define careers of sibling naval officers

Rear Adm. Raquel Bono serves as director of the Defense Health Agency’s National Capital Region Medical Directorate and the 11th chief of the Navy Medical Corps. On May 27 at Defense Health Headquarters, Bono served as guest speaker in commemoration of Asian Pacific American Heritage month.

USU Faculty, Students Celebrate Scientific Excellence During ‘Research Days’

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5/15/2015
USU Faculty, Students Celebrate Scientific Excellence During ‘Research Days’

Army 2nd Lt. Mitchell Harris (second from left) and fellow medical students of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences review posters depicting the latest research findings at Research Days, May 12, 2015.

DHHQ cycling team founder uses 'Positive Motion' to encourage others

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5/12/2015
DHHQ cycling team founder uses 'Positive Motion' to encourage others

Army Lt. Col. Joy Schmalzle is an avid cyclist, triathlete, and founder of the cycling club called Positive Motion.

Caregivers Recognized for Support of Wounded Warriors

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5/11/2015
Caregivers Recognized for Support of Wounded Warriors

Donna and Adam Porras, along with Army Maj. Gen. Richard Thomas, director of the Defense Health Agency Healthcare Operations directorate, attend the Caregiver Recognition Luncheon at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, May 7, 2015. Donna was one of about 20 caregivers honored during the event for their support of their wounded warrior spouses.

Data Analytics Key to Modernizing Military Health System

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4/21/2015
Data Analytics Key to Modernizing Military Health System

Air Force Col. Albert Bonnema, chief of Information Delivery for the Defense Health Agency (DHA) speaks at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference in Chicago.

MHS Focuses on Preventive Programs to Improve Wellness

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4/20/2015
MHS Focuses on Preventive Programs to Improve Wellness

Dr. Jonathan Woodson, assistant secretary of defense for Health Affairs, (far right) answers questions by panel moderator Merrill Goozner, editor of Modern Healthcare magazine (far left) at World Health Congress in downtown Washington, DC.

Ebola Response Sheds Light on DoD Global Health Engagement

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4/13/2015
Ebola Response Sheds Light on DoD Global Health Engagement

Dr. David Smith, deputy assistant secretary of defense for Health Affairs, presents at the Weapons of Mass Destruction Seminar Spotlight Series on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C.

National Endowment for the Arts Partners with Military to Heal Invisible Wounds

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3/27/2015
National Endowment for the Arts Partners with Military to Heal Invisible Wounds

Army Sgt. Robert Fox is one of many service members to benefit from art therapy offered in a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Intrepid Center of Excellence.

Defense Department to do More to Assist Warfighters with Mental Illness

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3/20/2015
Defense Department to do More to Assist Warfighters with Mental Illness

(Left to Right) Time Magazine Political Columnist Joe Klein, Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson, and Military Health System head Jonathan Woodson, M.D. conduct a panel discussion about mental health concerns for veterans at the Change Direction Initiative in downtown Washington, D.C.

Art Therapy Provides Pathway to Healing for Those with Traumatic Brain Injuries

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3/18/2015
Art Therapy Provides Pathway to Healing for Those with Traumatic Brain Injuries

Marine Sgt. Jorden Smith describes his artwork and how art therapy is helping him recover from traumatic brain injury, as therapist Jackie Biggs looks on at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia.

NICoE Integration into Walter Reed Improves Care After TBI

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3/12/2015
NICoE Integration into Walter Reed Improves Care After TBI

Navy Capt. Walter Greenhalgh, National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) director and Dr. Louis French, deputy director for operations at NICoE.

Military, Federal Health Care Leaders Discuss Military Medicine and National Health Strategy

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3/11/2015
Military, Federal Health Care Leaders Discuss Military Medicine and National Health Strategy

U.S. Surgeon General Vice Admiral Vivek H. Murthy meets with Dr. Jonathan Woodson, assistant secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, at the Pentagon on March 11, 2015, to discuss the Military Health System's critical role in support of the National Health Strategy.

From Flab to Fit: Defense Health Agency’s Top Enlisted Proves it’s Never Too Late to Become Your Best

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2/26/2015
From Flab to Fit: Defense Health Agency’s Top Enlisted Proves it’s Never Too Late to Become Your Best

Command Master Chief Terry Prince addresses attendees at the National Physical Activity Plan Congress during a panel discussing federal initiatives in promoting and monitoring physical activity. Looking on are (l-r): Public Health Service Capt. Richard Troiano, Public Health Service Lt. Katrina Piercy, and Dr. Janet Fulton of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity.

Getting Hypoxic with the 15th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

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2/18/2015
Getting Hypoxic with the 15th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

Col. Randy Huiss, 15th Wing commander, receives instruction form Capt. Timothy Plant, 15th Aerospace Medicine Squadron officer in charge of aerospace and operational physiology, prior to hypoxia training on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 2015. The training is conducted using a Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device that induces the early onset of hypoxia, helping aircrew members to know and understand how it feels to become hypoxic. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexander Martinez/Released)

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