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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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Paying attention, knowing the signs: How teenagers can help save a life

Article
9/27/2018
Air Force Maj. William Logan, a chaplain with the 35th Fighter Wing, holds a picture of his son, Zac, who committed suicide. Suicide among teenagers remains a concern. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jordyn Fetter)

Suicide is the third leading cause of death for teens, young adults

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Public Health | Children's Health | Suicide Prevention

TRICARE early eligibility and transitional health care benefits

Article
9/26/2018
Take Command of Your Health

Expanded TRICARE Coverage for Eligible National Guard and Reserve Members

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TRICARE Health Program

Shok Valley medic to receive Medal of Honor

Article
9/26/2018
Former Army Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II will receive the Medal of Honor at an Oct. 1, 2018, White House ceremony for going above and beyond the call of duty April 6, 2008, while assigned to Special Operations Task Force 33 in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. (Photo courtesy of Ronald J. Shurer II)

A former medic with the 3rd Special Forces Group will receive the Medal of Honor

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Military Medical History

Say ‘Shoo’ to the flu with TRICARE

Article
9/26/2018
Amanda LaFountain, a licensed practical nurse, administers the flu shot to a Soldier. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Marshall Metzger)

Flu viruses are serious, contagious viruses that can lead to hospitalization or even death

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Health Readiness | Immunization Healthcare | Public Health

Smoking in disguise: Electronic smoking devices labeled ‘healthy’ can be misleading

Article
9/25/2018
Vaping and using e-cigarettes have become very popular in recent years, but users should be aware of known risks and potential dangers. Electronic nicotine delivery systems use noncombustible tobacco products and typically contain nicotine, flavorings, and other chemicals. (DoD file photo)

E-cigarette, vaping on the rise among teens and young adults

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Army observes September as Suicide Prevention Month

Article
9/24/2018
Effective suicide prevention requires everyone to be aware of the risk factors for suicide and know how to respond. (U.S. Air Force graphic)

Every person has a responsibility and commitment to reach out and help

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Suicide Prevention

Use TRICARE online tools to help you choose a health plan

Article
9/21/2018
Take Command of Your Health

Different family members may be eligible for different plans

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TRICARE Health Program

Noise impact on hearing loss

Article
9/20/2018
Noise exposure in the military can occur 24 hours a day, such as during flight operations, even in off-duty areas. (U.S. Air Force file photo)

Hearing loss is the number one disability among veterans

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Hearing Loss

Keeping a pulse on advancing en route patient monitoring

Article
9/19/2018
The digital noise-immune stethoscope, currently being evaluated by researchers with the 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, connects into existing headsets used by aeromedical evacuation crews and critical care air transport teams. Traditional stethoscopes are difficult to use during en route care due to an aircraft’s noise environment. This noise-immune stethoscope aims to address that issue. (U.S. Air Force photo by Brittany Fouts)

A traditional stethoscope is essentially useless during en route care because of the noise

Soldier amputees have options for continued service

Article
9/17/2018
Army Col. Todd R. Wood, commander of the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, administers the oath of re-enlistment to Army Staff Sgt. Brian Beem, left, then a cavalry scout assigned to the 5th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment, at Forward Operating Base Frontenac, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2011. Beem is a single-leg amputee who was able to continue to serve despite his injury. He lost his leg after an improvised explosive device detonated during his 2006 deployment to Iraq. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Thomas Duval)

The will to serve alone is not enough to overcome the severity of their injury

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Join TRICARE for September 27 webinar on new dental, vision coverage

Article
9/17/2018
Retirees, retiree families, and active duty families are eligible for FEDVIP vision coverage. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jason J. Brown)

Retirees, retiree families, and active duty families are eligible for FEDVIP vision coverage

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TRICARE Health Program

Voluntary drug recall alert: Valsartan

Article
9/14/2018
Take Command of your health

In July, the FDA issued a voluntary recall of Valsartan, which is used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure

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TRICARE Health Program

Naval Hospital Jacksonville selected as first Navy facility to transition to DHA

Article
9/13/2018
Navy Lt. Jacob Balesi, a flight officer with Patrol Squadron Thirty, and his family visit Naval Hospital Jacksonville's pediatrics clinic. On Oct. 1, NH Jacksonville, including its five branch health clinics in Florida and Georgia, will be the first Navy medical treatment facility to transition to the Defense Health Agency and establish a Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command. (U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel)

Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s staff across six locations stands ready to make this a seamless transition for patients

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Study examines impacts of noise and chemical exposure on hearing health

Article
9/13/2018
Research audiologist Dr. Rozela Melgoza, DoD Hearing Center of Excellence, completes a study participant's acoustic immittance test to evaluate their middle ear function. Immittance audiometry is one of several tests completed by participants during the Noise Outcomes in Servicemembers Epidemiology (NOISE) study's comprehensive audiologic evaluation. (DoD HCE photo)

Exposure to certain chemicals, called ototoxicants, can cause hearing loss or balance problems

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Hearing Loss

Hurricane threat's a reminder to be prepared for health care needs

Article
9/12/2018
Ahead of Hurricane Florence, South Carolina National Guard soldiers load gear into a Humvee. Approximately 1,600 Soldiers and Airmen in the state have been mobilized to respond to recovery efforts as forecasters warn of a potential Category 4 storm and a projected landfall near the Carolinas. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Erica Knight)

Emergency prescription procedures are in place for some states

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