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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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WWII soldier and his wife receive COVID-19 vaccine

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3/5/2021
Military personnel wearing a mask, giving the COVID-19 vaccine to a veteran wearing a mask

Beck’s arrival signals a new phase of Fort Carson’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts for TRICARE beneficiaries 75 and older.

Women’s health emerging priorities series highlights mental health

Article
3/4/2021
A woman holding her hands near her face

Women’s mental health can be more affected by transitioning than men’s, speakers’ series attendees hear.

Proper nutrition impacts overall health & readiness

Article
3/4/2021
Man wearing a face mask restocking fruit at a store

Nutritional fitness implications for Total Force Fitness are far reaching.

DHA leaders tour DPAA facility, highlighting enduring partnership

Article
3/4/2021
Military Personnel wearing a face mask signing a book

DPAA...provides the fullest possible accounting of DoD personnel that are missing from designated past conflicts.

Practicing cultural humility encourages patients to use digital health

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3/3/2021
Picture of a women smiling with the words "Practicing cultural humanity encourages patients to use digital health"

Julie Kinn discusses cultural humility and the use of technology during the pandemic.

Strategies for hearing loss prevention help service members stay ready

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3/3/2021
An infographic with the words "World Hearing Day" at the top, images of people using their hears to listen, and "educate, protect, monitor" at the bottom

The Defense Health Agency is one of many healthcare entities celebrating World Hearing Day on March 3.

Updated tools and training improve TBI and concussion recovery

Article
3/3/2021
A group of military personnel wearing face mask working on laptop computers

Up-to-date clinical tools help diagnose and manage TBI on and off the battlefield.

NMCSD launches MHS GENESIS

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3/2/2021
Military personnel wearing face mask standing in front of the Naval Medical Center in San Diego cutting a red ribbon

Naval Medical Center San Diego deploys MHS GENESIS over the weekend.

Army Recruiter volunteers to administer COVID-19 vaccination

Article
3/2/2021
Military health personnel wearing a face mask giving someone the COVID-19 Vaccine

Army Master Sgt. Carolyn Lange has kept up her skills as a licensed practical nurse by administering COVID-19 vaccines on Fort George G. Meade in Maryland

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month; TBICoE’s mission lasts all year

Article
3/2/2021
Military health personnel performing a balance test on a patient

Staying a-head of TBI

Update: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2012–2020

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3/1/2021
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Update: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2012–2020

A Retrospective Cohort Study of Blood Lead Levels Among Special Operations Forces Soldiers Exposed to Lead at a Firing Range in Germany

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3/1/2021
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Influenza Surveillance Trends and Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Among Department of Defense Beneficiaries During the 2019–2020 Influenza Season

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3/1/2021
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Influenza Surveillance Trends and Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Among Department of Defense Beneficiaries During the 2019–2020 Influenza Season

DOD officials provide COVID-19 response update

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3/1/2021
DOD officials provide COVID-19 response update

DoD officials present update on COVID-19 response efforts

COVID-19: DOD vaccinates more than 1 million beneficiaries worldwide

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3/1/2021
Military personnel wearing face mask standing in line to receive their COVID-19 Vaccine

As DOD surpasses the administration of 1 million COVID-19 vaccine shots in arms, leaders reflect on how each military treatment facility community made the success possible, despite challenges.

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