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Ask the Doc: Heat Stroke vs. Heat Exhaustion

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6/27/2022
Ask the Doc: Heat Stroke vs. Heat Exhaustion

Heat exhaustion can rapidly progress to heat injuries like organ dysfunction or heat stroke.

How Drones will Transform Battlefield Medicine

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6/23/2022
How Drones will Transform Battlefield Medicine

Drones carrying fresh blood products to wounded troops on the front lines may be critical for military medicine in a conflict against a "near-peer" adversary.

Chlamydia is the Military's Most Common Sexually Transmitted Infection

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6/21/2022
Chlamydia is the Military's Most Common Sexually Transmitted Infection

Chlamydia – commonly kno.wn as “the clam” – is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the military community

Dr Robert Marshall

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6/21/2022
Dr Robert Marshall

Dr. Robert Marshall is the program director of the Department of Defense Clinical Informatics Fellowship at Madigan Army Medical Center.

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Tactical Diaper Bags and Other Fathers' Day Tips from a Marine Officer

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6/16/2022
Tactical Diaper Bags and Other Fathers' Day Tips from a Marine Officer

An experienced military dad offers advice to new service members beginning their parenting journey.

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Protecting Your Hearing and Vision is a Personal Readiness Mission

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6/14/2022
Protecting Your Hearing and Vision is a Personal Readiness Mission

Aviation Ordnanceman 3rd Class Dominique Campbell drives a forklift on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) during a vertical replenishment. She is wearing proper hearing and vision protection.

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Ask the Doc Headaches

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6/13/2022
Ask the Doc Headaches

Sailors record information during an exercise in the combat information center of the USS Higgins in the Philippine Sea, March 3, 2022. Photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Arthur Rosen.

Doctors Recommend Sunscreen for All Skin Complexions

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6/13/2022
Doctors Recommend Sunscreen for All Skin Complexions

The dangers of too much sunlight – from sunspots to skin cancer – are real risks for everyone regardless of skin complexion, doctors say.

For Sexually Transmitted Infections, Young People are at Higher Risk

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6/13/2022
For Sexually Transmitted Infections, Young People are at Higher Risk

Every year, thousands of service members are diagnosed with at least one sexually transmitted infection.

Robert Cornfeld VIdeo Connect

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6/8/2022
Robert Cornfeld VIdeo Connect

Army Lt. Col. (Dr.) Robert Cornfeld shines light on how MHS Video Connect improves provider productivity.

How Military Medicine Is Preparing for the Next Conflict

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6/8/2022
How Military Medicine Is Preparing for the Next Conflict

As the Pentagon prepares today’s force for a “near-peer” fight against a large military adversary, the Military Health System is challenged to provide life-saving support for large-scale and dispersed operations.

Dr. Jonathan Woodson Selected to Lead USU

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6/8/2022
Dr. Jonathan Woodson Selected to Lead USU

Dr. Jonathan Woodson, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (ASD(HA)), was selected as the new President of the Uniformed Services University.

Army Doc Air Assault School

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6/3/2022
Army Doc Air Assault School

An Army doctor earned the top spot in his class at the Air Assault School at Fort Campbell. It is a 10-day course that is both physically and academically challenging teaching soldiers the foundations of heliborne operations to include troop transportation, sling loaded cargo and equipment transportation, medical (MEDEVAC) and casualty (CASEVAC) evacuation operations, and air assault operations. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Christina Yager)

Tips for Military Parents Planning PCS Moves with Children

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6/2/2022
Tips for Military Parents Planning PCS Moves with Children

Moving can be hard on military families, especially on children. Moving to a new home, going to a new school, finding new friends – it can be unsettling for kids of any age. Yet, there are things that service members can do to prepare for a permanent change of station move that can make for a smoother transition for the children.

DHA Honors Asian American Pacific Islander Culture and Contributions

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6/2/2022
DHA Honors Asian American Pacific Islander Culture and Contributions

By celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage last month the DHA community recognized the Americans of Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander heritage, a vastly diverse group of individuals who have served as some of our nation's greatest leaders.

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