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Pain Management: Opioid Safety 1

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9/9/2022
Pain Management: Opioid Safety 1

“Opioids are a useful tool to manage extreme pain but can be extremely dangerous if misused. Talk to your doctor about how to SAFELY use opioids to temporarily manage pain and to develop a collaborative plan to taper you off opioids as soon as it is appropriate. You can learn more about MHS efforts to lower the risks of opioid misuse here: https://health.mil/News/Articles/2021/09/29/New-Opioid-Antidote-Prescriptions-are-Making-Pain-Management-Safer #Painmanagement #PainParadigm”

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Mpox: Stop the Spread

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9/6/2022
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Stop the Spread of Mpox

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Mpox Symptoms

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9/6/2022
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Mpox symptoms

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Mpox: Get the Facts

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Mpox is a rare disease caused by infection with the mpox virus. The CDC and MHS are tracking an outbreak of mpox that has spread across several countries that don’t normally report mpox, including the United States. Health care providers are on alert for patients who have rash illnesses consistent with mpox. If you have a new or unexplained rash, which can look like pimples or blisters and may be itchy or painful reach out to your medical provider for guidance. For more information visit https://www.health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Health-Readiness/Public-Health/Monkeypox

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Monkeypox Rash

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Mpox: Seeking Care

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Seeking Care for Mpox? Please call 1-800-TRICARE

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Mpox Prevention

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Mpox Prevention

There are several steps to take to prevent getting or spreading mpox. Avoid sexual contact, kissing or other intimate contact with people who have visible sores. Avoid contact with animals that could carry the virus. Avoid contact with any materials, such as bedding, which have been in contact with a sick animal or person. Separate infected patients from other people and animals who could be at risk for infection. Wear proper personal protective equipment when caring for infected patients. Wash your hands with soap and water after caring for infected patients. Vaccines for smallpox and mpox might reduce the chances of getting mpox. More information at https://www.health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Health-Readiness/Public-Health/Monkeypox

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Mpox: Do I Need the Vaccine?

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9/6/2022
Mpox: Do I Need the Vaccine?

CDC recommends vaccination for people who have been exposed to mpox and people who may be more likely to get mpox. People more likely to get mpox include: People identified by public health officials as a contact of someone with mpox, People who are aware that one of their sexual partners has been diagnosed with mpox recently, People who had multiple sexual partners in the past 2 weeks in an area with known mpox, People whose jobs may expose them to the virus (lab techs, etc.) For More information visit: https://www.health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Health-Readiness/Public-Health/Monkeypox

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Mpox Vaccine

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9/6/2022
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If at risk, get vaccinated

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COVID-19 Novavax Vaccine

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8/18/2022
COVID-19 Novavax Vaccine

The Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine, Adjuvanated includes two doses, 21 days apart. Remember to mark your calendar and schedule time for your second dose.

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COVID-19 Vaccines

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How COVID-19 Vaccines Work – There are three types of vaccines currently available: mRNA, subunit protein, and viral vector. Pfizer and Moderna are mRNA vaccine. Novavax is a subunit protein vaccine. Janssen is a viral vector vaccine. All products resemble a virus for the immune system to fight.

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Audiology Awareness Month Healthy Ears

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8/17/2022
Audiology Awareness Month Healthy Ears

#DYK? Audiologists are health care professionals who can help prevent, evaluate, diagnose, treat and manage hearing loss and balance disorders. To find an audiologist, visit: https://hearing.health.mil/Resources/Help-and-Support/Find-a-Provider #AudiologyAwarenessMonth

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Audiology Awareness Month Hear for Life

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8/17/2022
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People at every stage of life—from young to older adults—are at risk for noise-induced hearing loss. Hearing loss can impact not only your readiness but the quality of life. National Audiology Awareness Month reminds us how important hearing is as a critical sense and explains how to protect your hearing. Regular hearing checkups are important actions you can take to ensure your hearing is healthy. For more information, visit: https://www.tricare.mil/CoveredServices/IsItCovered/HearingExams.aspx?sc_database=web https://hearing.health.mil #AudiologyAwarenessMonth

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Audiology Awareness Month Ear Protection

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8/17/2022
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Service members can prevent hearing loss by wearing protective gear like earplugs, noise muffs, noise-attenuating helmets and other approved devices. Check with your Hearing Conservation Program or audiologist about which protective device is best for your job and environment. For more about HPDs visit: https://hearing.health.mil/Prevention/Hearing-Protection-Devices https://hearing.health.mil/Prevention/Evaluated-Hearing-Protection-Devices #AudiologyAwarenessMonth

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