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Winter Safety

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11/21/2022
Winter Safety

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart, #safetyfirstthiswinter The winter season is full of safety hazards: cold, snow, and ice; home heating and maintenance challenges; and seasonal décor hazards. Taking time ahead of the winter season to make sure you and your family are prepared for whatever winter brings will help you reduce your chances of illness, injury, or death from winter conditions.

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Driving Safety

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11/21/2022
Driving Safety

#Drivesafelythiswinter, #Scrapethosewindshields, #Cleanwindowsmeansafety, #beforeyoustartbesafetysmart Scraping your windshield clean of all ice and snow will increase your line of vision this winter. Keep your vehicle maintained for safe winter driving. Driving during winter can be hazardous and scary, especially in regions that receive a lot of snow and ice this time of year. Additional preparations can help make a trip safer. It is important to follow the safe winter driving practices. The holidays are full of cheer and merriment. Follow these tips to keep you and your loved ones safe and prepared this time of year.

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Decorating Safety

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11/21/2022
Decorating Safety

Holiday trees may intend to bring cheer, but they can also be a holiday hazard if not set up carefully. Be cautious when decorating your home for the holidays. https://www.ors.od.nih.gov/News/Pages/NIH-Holiday-Decorating-Guidance.aspx.

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Winter Emergency Preparedness

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11/21/2022
Winter Emergency Preparedness

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart Be prepared for weather-related emergencies, including power outages. Stock food that needs no cooking or refrigeration and water stored in clean containers.

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Winter Outdoor Preparedness

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11/21/2022
Winter Outdoor Preparedness

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart #besafeoutside Playing in the snow can be fun, but the fun can fade if one becomes victim to hypothermia or frostbite. Staying out in the cold for extended periods of time can cause cold-related problems and put health in jeopardy, so learn how to avoid, spot, and treat these conditions. Also, keep other vulnerable populations in mind and check on loved ones. https://www.nih.gov/about-nih/inclement-weather-information

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Winter Home Safety

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11/21/2022
Winter Home Safety

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart #homesafehomewise Although winter comes as no surprise, many of us may not be ready for its arrival. If you are prepared for the hazards of winter, you are more likely to stay safe and healthy when temperatures start to fall. Preparing your home for the winter months keeps your family and friends safe.

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Hunting Safety

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11/21/2022
Hunting Safety

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart #huntsafe Being outdoors in the autumn and winter can be a great way to get fresh air and exercise. For many, the cooler weather also means hunting season which can pose dangers, sending hunters to the hospital or worse. Heart attacks, injured backs and broken bones are among the most common medical emergencies in hunting.

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Home Maintenance Safety

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11/21/2022
Home Maintenance Safety

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart #homesafety Be safe this winter while maintain your home. Be sure to look up before pruning trees, be careful on ladders and be sure to clean up fallen leaves.

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Alcohol Safety

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11/21/2022
Alcohol Safety

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart #winterdrinks?besafe There are always safety risks associated with drinking alcohol, but it’s important to remember that having a few drinks during the winter months can make your body very vulnerable. Here is why drinking during the winter can put you at risk–and the steps you can take to stay safe during these cold months.

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Fire Safety

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11/21/2022
Fire Safety

#beforeyoustartbesafetysmart #learnhownot2burn There’s nothing cozier than spending time next using a fireplace, furnace, or heater to keep warm as the weather turns colder. But they do present certain safety hazards.

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Town Hall Main

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11/21/2022
Town Hall Main

U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald Place, center, takes questions from Christianne Witten, DHA chief of internal communications, during his last town hall meeting as director of the Defense Health Agency with DHA Senior Enlisted Leader Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Gragg, Nov. 16, 2022. The event focused on the agency’s greatest accomplishments over the last three years and how the COVID-19 pandemic helped transform the agency’s reputation in the DOD and shape its internal culture. Place and Gragg also discussed the future of military medicine. (Photo by Robert Hammer, MHS Communications)

Operating at Speed of Relevance, Key to Great Outcomes, DHA’s Maturation

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11/21/2022
Photo of U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald Place, Christianne Witten, and DHA Senior Enlisted Leader Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Gragg

DHA’s reputation built on speed of relevance in COVID pandemic, which helped it mature as an operational combat support agency.

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Medical Center of Excellence Publishes Its Medical Company Doctrine Publication

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11/20/2022
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As the U.S. Army’s culture shifts from counterinsurgency or limited contingency operations to large-scale combat operations, medical forces must optimize Army Health System support for maximum effectiveness.

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Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital Nurse Raises Awareness About Men’s Health, Grows Mustache

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11/20/2022
U.S. Army Maj. Cody McDonald

Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital encourages soldiers and civilians at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk, Louisiana to grow a mustache this November to raise awareness about prostate and testicular cancers, mental health, and suicide prevention for men.

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Physicians Perform First Surgery with New Robotics System

Article Around MHS
11/18/2022
Military medical personnel performs surgical procedure

Physicians with the 96th Medical Group completed the first robotic-assisted surgery at Eglin Air Force Base on Nov. 2 Using the unit’s new DaVinci Robotics System, the team performed a successful hernia repair operation.

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