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Dream EZ App

Fact Sheet
1/19/2022

Dream EZ uses principles from Imagery Rehearsal Therapy (IRT) for nightmare reduction to help users control their nightmares by making them diminish in intensity and frequency. These techniques help users get a better night’s sleep.

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Solution Delivery Division | Sleep

LaunchPad

Fact Sheet
1/19/2022

LaunchPad 2.0 is the official information and message center for the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Director and Deputy Directors. The site is a dynamic and multi-functional CAC-enabled tool for managing information and for sharing ideas and content across the DHA enterprise.

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U.S. Navy Medicine MTF App

Fact Sheet
1/19/2022

The U.S. Navy Medicine MTF app is a reliable, up-to-date guide for medical care. Whether looking for the closest hospital or clinic when you are traveling or changing duty station, the Navy Medicine app offers users a variety of features to help enhance their visit. Users can search facilities, see detailed information for each hospital or clinic, access contact information for frequently called numbers, tap phone numbers to call them, or tap addresses to get directions.

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BioZen App

Fact Sheet
1/19/2022

BioZen is a mobile app that can be paired with external sensors to provides users with live data covering a range of biophysiological signals, including electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyography (EMG), galvanic skin response (GSR), electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), respiratory rate and temperature.

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Navy Hospital Corpsman steps into the breach in the war on COVID-19

Article Around MHS
1/18/2022
Hospitalman Hector Conde standing in front of a immunization office's refrigeration

First responders and those fighting on the medical battleground have earned well-deserved recognition for their efforts.

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Coronavirus

Long-Acting Contraceptives are a Popular Choice with Service Members

Article
1/18/2022
Bremerton nurse midwife demonstrates vaginal ring placement

Many female service members and their beneficiaries want control of their bodies’ menstrual cycles for a variety of reasons, including military readiness. At medical centers, hospitals, and clinics around the world, the Military Health System provides education, counseling, and access to birth control. The military offers a variety of methods or products so women can choose the best birth control for their unique needs.

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Nurse discusses contraceptive options with a patient

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1/18/2022
Bremerton nurse midwife demonstrates vaginal ring placement

Female service member contraceptive options at clinics include long-acting devices such as vaginal rings that are reversible upon removal.

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TRICARE Comprehensive Autism Care Demonstration Program

Report
1/18/2022

S. 2943 SASC Report for FY 2017 114-255, Pg. 205

Stay Healthy, Stay Ready

Article Around MHS
1/14/2022
Military personnel running

Having a healthy lifestyle is a major part of Army life; it is ingrained into the minds of Soldiers early on in their careers. 

A soldier drinks water

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1/14/2022
A soldier assigned to the 256th Combat Support Hospital, Twinsburg, Ohio, drinks water from a gallon-sized jug during Combat Support Training Exercise 18-03 at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, March 26, 2018. The 256th CSH implemented a goal setting competition, dubbed Dandy Camp, to teach and encourage soldiers to monitor their total carbohydrate intake during the field exercise. The overall goal of Dandy Camp is to educate soldiers about healthy eating choices and encourage soldiers to set and meet goals for themselves.

A soldier assigned to the 256th Combat Support Hospital, Twinsburg, Ohio, drinks water from a gallon-sized jug during Combat Support Training Exercise 18-03 at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, March 26, 2018.

Six Immediate Health Benefits You Will See If You Lose a Little Weight

Article
1/14/2022
A soldier assigned to the 256th Combat Support Hospital, Twinsburg, Ohio, drinks water from a gallon-sized jug during Combat Support Training Exercise 18-03 at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, March 26, 2018. The 256th CSH implemented a goal setting competition, dubbed Dandy Camp, to teach and encourage soldiers to monitor their total carbohydrate intake during the field exercise. The overall goal of Dandy Camp is to educate soldiers about healthy eating choices and encourage soldiers to set and meet goals for themselves.

Losing even a little weight now can have a major impact on your health and quality of life. This long list of benefits might help motivate you to adjust your habits to achieve a happier, healthier lifestyle.

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BAP Agenda for January 26 2022

Meeting Reference
1/14/2022

Uniform Formulary Beneficiary Advisory Panel Meeting Agenda for January 26, 2022

JMOC Advanced Prerequisites FY22

Fact Sheet
1/14/2022

Contains a list of Prerequisites that must be met prior to attending the JMOC Advanced Course.

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Seasonal Influenza Summary: January 14, 2022

Report
1/14/2022

Laboratory-confirmed influenza cases, dispensed antiviral prescription counts, and inpatient counts among all beneficiaries were low during the second week of the 2021-2022 influenza season.

Optimizing sleep as a Soldier: The science, challenges and significance

Article Around MHS
1/13/2022
Military personnel during a doctors appointment

Sustained mental health is critical to establishing and maintaining a medically ready force, and sleep can play a part in protecting that readiness. 

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