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The Military Health System 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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Air Force International Health Specialists promote peace through inclusion of women

Article Around MHS
10/13/2021
Medic prepare to lift a patient on a litter.

U.S. Air Force International Health Specialists are supporting the Department of Defense’s initiative to promote women’s safety, empowerment and vital contributions to global security.

Flu Shots are Available Now And Are More Important than Ever

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10/13/2021
Military personnel getting their flu shot

It’s flu season. Get vaccinated. COVID-19 concerns should redouble desire to get vaccinated against the flu.

Tips for How to ‘Train Right’ and Avoid Injuries During Sports and PT

Article
10/13/2021
Military personnel in physical threapy

Physical training, recreational activities, and sports are key to service members’ health but musculoskeletal injuries due to sudden incidents and repeated stress or overuse are the biggest health problem in the U.S. military.

A Medical Student's Journey From Burkina Faso to Uniformed Services University

Article Around MHS
10/8/2021
Navy Ensign Roland Kiendrebeogo, a first-year medical student at the Uniformed Services University, with his wife at his enlisted boot camp graduation, May 2010.

Navy Ensign Roland Kiendrebeogo’s journey from Burkina Faso to Navy medicine.

Fort Knox dietician reveals personal staples for healthy family meals, picky eaters

Article Around MHS
10/8/2021
Vegetables displayed at a grocery store.

Making sure everyone in the family is eating healthy can sometimes be overwhelming and oftentimes, families aren’t sure where to start.

USECAF receives insight into COVID19 vaccinations at Reserve wing

Article Around MHS
10/8/2021
Under Secretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones visits with 433rd Airlift Wing members at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, Oct. 2, 2021.

Under Secretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones visited the 433rd Airlift Wing here to meet with Reserve Citizen Airmen leaders on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Oct. 2, 2021.

USU Co-leads Largest NCAA-DOD Concussion Study in History

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10/8/2021
A doctor looks at a patient's prosthetic arm.

The Uniformed Service University will co-lead the next phase of the largest concussion and repetitive head impact study.

Sesame Street Supports Military Families During TDYs

Article
10/8/2021
Military personnel with their child

New Sesame Street for Military Families content follows Elmo and his parents as dad, Louie, goes off on a short-term National Guard assignment.

Compassionate Caring with COVID Vax Commitment

Article Around MHS
10/6/2021
A  female doctor poses for a photo.

When pregnant patients have an appointment with Lt. Cmdr. Megan Northup at Naval Hospital Bremerton, they get more than a qualified and caring OB/GYN physician.

It's time for your flu vaccine

Article Around MHS
10/6/2021
A Coast Guard petty officer administers the intranasal flu vaccine to a Coast Guard member.

Flu vaccinations are now available and are mandatory for all active duty and selected reserve Coast Guard members.

How to save a life

Article Around MHS
10/6/2021
A Marine practices Tactical Combat Causality Care on a simulated casualty during a TCCC course on Camp Hansen.

TCCC is the first step in a trauma life support situation to reduce preventable deaths while operating and maintaining mission success in a forward deployed environment.

Oral hygiene impacts your overall physical health

Article Around MHS
10/5/2021
A Marine looks at his teeth in a mirror.

October is National Dental Hygiene Awareness Month and Dental Health Command Europe wants you to know that taking care of your oral health is vitally important to your overall physical health.

Following Report, DOD to Redouble Suicide Prevention Efforts

Article Around MHS
10/5/2021
A person helps another person up.

Following a recent report about suicide, the DOD redouble efforts to prevent suicides.

Momentum builds as Army implements Holistic Health and Fitness

Article Around MHS
10/5/2021
Soldiers prepare to exercise.

The Army’s implementation of Holistic Health and Fitness, or H2F, has made significant progress over the past year as the Army’s primary investment in Soldier readiness and lethality.

Hearing Connects Us to the World; Protecting Your Hearing Matters

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10/5/2021
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Hearing Center of Excellence duo talks about the importance of hearing health and protection both on and off duty.

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