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The Military Health System (MHS) is an interconnected network of Service Members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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Recovering Service Members and Paralympic athletes

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3/4/2022
Recovering Service Members and Paralympic athletes

Recovering Service Members and Paralympic athletes take on National Indoor Row Championship.

Assortment of fruits and vegetables

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3/4/2022
Assortment of fruits and vegetables

Each color in fruits and vegetables indicates an abundance of specific nutrients.

Education through service

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3/4/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

After graduating the equivalent of U.S. high school in Trinidad at 12 years old, one Airman immigrated to America to expand his education.

Patient Safety Awareness Week Screensaver

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3/4/2022
Patient Safety Awareness Week Screensaver

The DoD Patient Safety Program is hosting a webinar series for MHS employees from March 15 - April 5 for Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW) featuring the winners of the 2021 Advancement toward High Reliability in Healthcare Awards. Register here to join the conversation: Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW) Webinars - 2022 (onlineregistrationcenter.com) #MHSPatientSafetyWeek

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Patient Safety Awareness Week Flyers

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3/4/2022
Patient Safety Awareness Week Flyers

The DoD Patient Safety Program is hosting a webinar series for MHS employees from March 15 - April 5 for Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW) featuring the winners of the 2021 Advancement toward High Reliability in Healthcare Awards. Register here to join the conversation: Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW) Webinars - 2022 (onlineregistrationcenter.com) #MHSPatientSafetyWeek

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Recovering Service Members Compete in National Rowing Championship

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3/4/2022
Recovering Service Members and Paralympic athletes take on National Indoor Row Championship.

Recovering Service Members compete in 2022 national indoor rowing championships.

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It’s True – Carrots (and Other Vegetables) Can Help You See in the Dark

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3/4/2022
Each color in fruits and vegetables indicates an abundance of specific nutrients.

Have you ever heard that carrots are good for your eyes, or that they can help you see in the dark? It’s true – carrots are rich in the compound beta carotene, which your body uses to make a form of vitamin A that helps your eyes adjust in the dark. A shortage of vitamin A can cause a host of health problems, including blindness.

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Don’t Ignore those Lumps, Bumps and Weird Moles on Your Skin

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3/4/2022
Elizabeth Anderson, a physician assistant at Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Dermatology Clinic, uses a lighted scope to check a patient’s skin. “Skin cancer rates are high in Florida, and it’s important to self-check monthly,” Anderson said. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S. To reduce risk, protect your skin from UV rays from the sun, tanning booths, and sunlamps.

Skin problems are among the top 10 reasons active duty service members seek out medical care. Beware of lumps and bumps. Keep an eye out for moles that are changing or growing in size. Maybe it's just acne. But it also could be skin cancer.

Trauma readiness program earns prestigious Army Medicine award

Article Around MHS
3/3/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

The Brooke Army Medical Center Strategic Trauma Readiness Center team received the prestigious Army Medicine Wolf Pack Award during a ceremony at BAMC, Feb. 28, 2022.

21st TSC Female Medic graduates Ranger School

Article Around MHS
3/3/2022
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Defeating the odds, Army Sgt. 1st Class Kalynn Rolon graduated Ranger School Jan. 28th at Fort Benning, Georgia.

MHS Minute February 2022

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3/3/2022
MHS Minute February 2022

MHS Minute | February 2022

Patient Safety Awareness Week 2022 Webinars - Day 2

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3/2/2022

The DOD Patient Safety Program is hosting a series of webinars in March for Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW)

Patient Safety Awareness Week 2022 Webinars - Day 1

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3/2/2022

The DOD Patient Safety Program is hosting a series of webinars in March for Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW)

Patient Safety Awareness Week 2022 Webinars - Day 3

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3/2/2022

The DOD Patient Safety Program is hosting a series of webinars in March for Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW). Find the information you need for Day 3.

NHTP Cultivates Culture of Safety and Improvement

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3/2/2022
Military personnel inspecting a process improvement poster

Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms / Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Twentynine Palms held its 7th Annual Process Improvement Fair Feb. 22.

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