Skip to main content

Military Health System

Articles by Claudia Sanchez-Bustamante, MHS Communications

Stay Hydrated for Optimal Performance

Article
8/10/2021
A soldier takes a drink from his canteen.

Proper hydration is key to optimal performance.

Recommended Content:

Total Force Fitness | Nutritional Fitness

Revamped Virtual Med Center Makes Health Care Feel Like a Video Game

Article
7/26/2021
Picture of the Virtual Medical Center

The Virtual Medical Center, a joint Department of Defense/VA incentive, is relaunching by the end of summer, leveraging emerging technologies to increase and improve accessibility, convenience, and efficiency of medical care for all registered users.

Recommended Content:

Health Care Technology | Research and Innovation | Education & Training

Checking Iron Levels in Your Blood Could Save Your Life

Article
7/23/2021
Military personnel donating blood

Hemochromatosis, a disease in which too much iron builds up in our bodies, can cause organ failure if untreated, affecting service members’ readiness. However, it can be treated.

Recommended Content:

Medical and Dental Preventive Care Fitness

What to Know About Hepatitis - its Treatment, and Prevention

Article
7/19/2021
picture of a liver

Here are the most important facts you should know about hepatitis.

Recommended Content:

Public Health | Medical and Dental Preventive Care Fitness

Armed Services Blood Program Donors Keep the World Beating

Article
6/14/2021
Graphic about World Blood Donor Day

The ASBP recognizes its donors for making its “blood mission” possible around the world.

Recommended Content:

Armed Services Blood Program

Service members share what works for them to relieve stress

Article
5/27/2021
Military personnel in a yoga pose

Military Health System personnel share what works for them to relieve stress and maintain their mental health.

Recommended Content:

Mental Health: Seeking Care with TRICARE | Stress

How vision and hearing contribute to service members’ readiness

Article
5/26/2021
Military personnel preparing for night vision training

Hearing and sight are the two dominant human senses, both primordial for military service members’ readiness, health, and mission success.

Recommended Content:

Centers of Excellence | Vision and Hearing Loss Prevention | Vision and Hearing Loss Prevention

Stress relief is an important element to mental health

Article
5/24/2021
Military personnel playing with a therapy dog

For Mental Health Awareness Month, we learn how service members relieves their stress.

Recommended Content:

Mental Health: Seeking Care with TRICARE | Centers of Excellence

Reducing the stigma and encouraging mental health care in the military

Article
5/18/2021
Military personnel wearing face masks talking

A mental health expert talks about the importance of reducing stigma by changing our vernacular to change the culture.

Recommended Content:

Mental Health: Seeking Care with TRICARE | Centers of Excellence

Signs and symptoms of a stroke, and what to do about them

Article
5/18/2021
Infographic about the sign of a stroke

For Stroke Awareness Month, we highlight some of the most important facts about strokes in men and women.

Recommended Content:

Health Readiness & Combat Support | Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence

Teamwork, adaptability, service – MTFs shine during COVID-19 pandemic

Article
5/14/2021
People at screening area

MHS readiness was put to the test at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, in early 2020.

Recommended Content:

Mental Health: Seeking Care with TRICARE | May | Coronavirus and the COVID-19 Vaccine | Coronavirus & the MHS Response

DHA, HA leaders discuss MHS Transformation at AHA panel

Article
5/6/2021
Military personnel talking at a podium

Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald Place and Dr. Terry Adirim discussed MHS Transformation, MHS GENESIS, and highlighted the DHA’s response to COVID-19 in a virtual roundtable hosted April 12 by the American Hospital Association.

Recommended Content:

MHS GENESIS: The Electronic Health Record | Military Health System Transformation | Genesis of MHS GENESIS | Coronavirus & the MHS Response | Coronavirus and the COVID-19 Vaccine | Readiness Capabilities

Nurses Week 2021: Nurses continue to advance the MHS mission

Article
5/5/2021
Military health personnel securing a patient to the operating table

The Military Health System honors the commitment, dedication and contributions of the nursing profession during National Nurses Week May 6-12.

Recommended Content:

Nursing in the Military Health System

NICoE at forefront of traumatic brain injury research and treatment

Article
5/3/2021
Picture of a mask with the American flag on one side and camo on the other side

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence is dedicated to treating and researching TBI injuries with the aim of getting patients back to maximum function.

Recommended Content:

Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence | Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence | Centers of Excellence

Ten ways parents can help kids make good nutritional choices

Article
4/27/2021
Image of a colorful plate outlining the portions and serving sizes of each type of food.

Nutrition is a key element of Total Force Fitness, but it’s just as important to encourage kids to make smart nutritional choices.

Recommended Content:

Total Force Fitness | Month of the Military Child - Celebrating Military Kids | Children's Health | Nutritional Fitness
<< < 1 2 3 4 5  ... > >> 
Showing results 61 - 75 Page 5 of 6
Refine your search
Last Updated: December 06, 2021
Follow us on Instagram Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on YouTube Sign up on GovDelivery