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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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NAMI Recompression Chamber Supports Area Training Missions, Operations

Article Around MHS
8/29/2022
Military personnel demos compression chamber

Scuba diving can be extremely dangerous, and it’s possible for divers to develop adverse medical conditions and injuries while performing underwater operations. A common diving injury is decompression sickness (DCS), also referred to as the “bends”.

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Female Leaders Blaze a Trail in Military Medicine

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8/29/2022
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While countless groundbreaking women paved the way, an all-female leadership team is blazing new trails in modern military medicine.

New COVID-19 Boosters Against Subvariants Coming Soon

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8/29/2022
Marine on right gets a COVID-19 booster vaccination from a nursing student on his left.

Brooklyn Marine gets COVID-19 booster vaccination.

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U.S. Army Medical Officer Strengthens Military Medical Partnerships Around World

Article Around MHS
8/26/2022
Military personnel in medical lab

A U.S. Army medical officer has strengthened alliances and built relationships with military medical personnel around the world.

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Learning the Ropes: How USU Medical Students Spent Their Summer Operational Experiences

Article Around MHS
8/26/2022
Photo of USU Medical Students

From the legendary United States Army Air Assault School to training with the elite Navy SEALS, students from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) took part in a host of summer experiences as they prepared for their second year of medical school.

Technology and Medicine: The Digital Age of Health Care

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8/26/2022
Photo of an afternoon panel of four people

Technology is transforming health care and incorporating new elements for providers in their practices.

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Fort Campbell SRU Pilot Program Explores Post-traumatic Growth

Article Around MHS
8/25/2022
Military personnel in classroom

The Fort Campbell Soldier Recovery Unit has begun a new pilot program for the Army Recovery Care Program, highlighting post-traumatic growth and positive growth through struggle.

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How to Get Your Kids Up to Date on Vaccinations

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8/25/2022
Child wearing a mask getting the COVID-19 vaccine

Resources to help you get and keep your child’s immunizations up to date in time for back to school.

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Eligible Airmen, Guardians Have Access to More Monkeypox Vaccines

Article Around MHS
8/24/2022
Military medical personnel administers vaccine to Soldier

Airmen and Guardians at high risk of transmission now have more access to safety measures against the monkeypox outbreak.

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Battalion Hosts Critical Medical Training

Article Around MHS
8/24/2022
Military personnel in combat training exercise

Allied Forces North Battalion conducted a week-long Combat Lifesaver Course July 25-29.

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Unexpected Friendly Rivals

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8/24/2022
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The Brooke Army Medical Center Soldier Recovery Unit is more than where support for wounded, ill, and injured soldiers receiving rehabilitative care takes place.

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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Doctor Serves With the Pacific Partnership 2022

Article Around MHS
8/23/2022
Military medical personnel surrounded by local family

A dermatologist assigned to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune has returned from a summer deployment in support of Pacific Partnership 2022. U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander James Contestable served several weeks aboard the United States Navy Ship (USNS) Mercy, a hospital ship based out of San Diego.

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Department of Defense Streamlining Health Tech for Beneficiaries

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8/23/2022
People in an exhibit hall.

Advances in technology has vastly improved the accessibility to beneficiaries’ electronic health records.

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U.S. Embassy in the Philippines Civil Affairs Team Conducts First Responder Training in Batanes

Article Around MHS
8/22/2022
Military medical personnel preparing bandage

The U.S. Embassy Civil Affairs Team (CAT) led medical first responder training for Philippine military and civilian personnel to mark the 239th founding anniversary of the province of Batanes from June 26 to 29.

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Bulgarian Armed Forces Demonstrate Combat Medical Advancements

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8/22/2022
Two medics tend to a dummy in a simulated emergency.

Bulgarian Armed Forces showed off their combat lifesaving training to a U.S. delegation Aug. 10.

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