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September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

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9/29/2021
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month graphic.

Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death for men behind lung cancer.

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Regular physical activity is important for health and performance

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9/29/2021
A Coast Guardsman works out at Coast Guard Air Station Savannah.

Those who get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity every week have a much lower risk of obesity, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease—the top killers of Americans every year.

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Finding time for fitness during the work week just got easier

Article Around MHS
9/29/2021
A person works out the gym.

The new Army Civilian Fitness and Health Promotion Program now encourages employees to focus on fitness while at work.

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Retired colonel leads Fort Irwin COVID response mission

Article Around MHS
9/28/2021
Army Col. Richard Hopkins, the COVID-19 response coordinator with Weed Army Community Hospital, collects paperwork from a Soldier who received the COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination event.

Retired Army Col. Richard Hopkins volunteered under the Army’s COVID-19 Retiree Recall Program to return to service as the COVID-19 response coordinator for Weed Army Community Hospital and Fort Irwin, California.

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What is a "healthy" weight-loss eating plan, anyway?

Article Around MHS
9/28/2021
A female soldier poses with an apple in her hand.

Weight loss sounds simple: take less “energy in” (fuel from food and drinks, measured in calories) and use more “energy out” (calories burned through daily physical activity and exercise).

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Sickle Cell, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month: Advances, Transitions, Disparities

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9/28/2021
A panel including physicians, a clinical social worker, a sickle cell patient and an administrator discusses sickle cell advances, transitions and disparities during the 2021 Childhood Blood and Cancer Summit hosted by the John P. Murtha Cancer Center at Walter Reed Bethesda Sept. 23.

The John P. Murtha Cancer Center at Walter Reed Bethesda hosted the 2021 Childhood Blood and Cancer Summit Sept. 23 at the military medical center.

MeMed Key Diagnostic Tool Receives FDA Clearance

Article Around MHS
9/27/2021
The MeMed Key diagnostic tool

The MeMed Key diagnostic tool recently received full FDA licensure after four years of research, development, and investments by Defense Threat Reduction Agency's (DTRA) Chemical and Biological Technologies Department in its role as the Joint Science and Technology Office (JSTO) for the Chemical and Biological Defense Program

Storytellers Narratives on mental health

Article Around MHS
9/27/2021
Participants in the Storytellers event standing side by side wearing face masks

Three storytellers shared their experiences with overcoming adversity

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“Connect to Protect” campaign promotes togetherness in preventing suicides

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9/27/2021
September is Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide is a public health issue that affects communities across the country, and Suicide Prevention Month offers an opportunity to further people’s understanding of this complex issue.

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DOD: Best Time to Take Military Spouse Survey is Now

Article Around MHS
9/24/2021
An Airman is greeted by his family after a deployment.

Through late October, all spouses of active-duty military members — more than 600,000 of them — can visit the OPA Survey Portal and tell the Pentagon what they think about being 'married to the military.'

ARNORTH military support to FEMA begins in Tennessee, continues in five states

Article Around MHS
9/24/2021
Prepared COVID-19 vaccine shots wait to be administered to an Airman. Members of the 134th Air Refueling Wing were eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccines during Unit Training Assembly here May 2nd, 2021.

At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, approximately 20 military medical personnel deployed to Tennessee to support civilian healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients in local hospitals.

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Surgical Technologists: Professionals Behind the Scenes Ensure Patient Health, Safety

Article Around MHS
9/24/2021
A surgical technologist at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, assists a surgical team during a procedure in the operating room.

National Surgical Technologists Week is celebrated from Sept 19-25, 2021.

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COVID-19 can lead to long-term health concerns

Article Around MHS
9/23/2021
Debra Lamb, a 30-year civil service veteran at Ft. Carson, contracted the COVID-19 virus late in 2020 and experienced a harrowing ordeal before partially recovering months later.

Debra Lamb, a 30-year civil service veteran at Ft. Carson, contracted the COVID-19 virus late in 2020 and experienced a harrowing ordeal before partially recovering months later.

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Guardsmen team up with active duty, reserve to support Operation Allies Welcome

Article Around MHS
9/23/2021
Washington Air National Guard Master Sgt. Andy Remis, assigned to the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron, Camp Murray, Wash., lends a helping hand, holding an Afghan child at the Task Force Liberty Village medical station, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, Sept. 11, 2021.

National Guard members from nearly every state and territory are helping an estimated 50,000 Afghan guests by providing transportation, temporary housing, culturally appropriate food, medical screening, religious accommodations, and general support for Operation Allies Welcome.

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JRTC, Fort Polk promote health, fitness for civilian workforce

Article Around MHS
9/23/2021
Luewana Hannon (left), community ready and resilient integrator, provides information to Georgia Louis (right) during the education and information fair at the Join Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk Army Community Service, Sept. 20.

The Civilian Fitness and Health Promotions Program hosted an education and information fair at the Join Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk Army Community Service, Sept. 20.

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