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World Sickle Cell Day

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5/19/2022
World Sickle Cell Day

It’s #WorldSickleCellDay. Today we raise awareness about sickle cell disease and wish all the best to those suffering. We also thank all the medical professionals who dedicate their lives to help all those experiencing sickle cell anemia

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June

International Yoga Day

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5/19/2022
International Yoga Day

Find your inner peace this #InternationalYogaDay 🧘 Sign up for a local class or search for an instructional video online to find balance and harmony through movement, breath and meditation.”

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June

First Day of Summer

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5/19/2022
First Day of Summer

Break out your sunscreen and shorts, because it’s the #FirstDayofSummer! Click here to find the best tips and tricks to stay safe, hydrated and sunburn-free this summer: https://health.mil/summersafety

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June

National HIV Testing Day

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5/19/2022
National HIV Testing Day

Today is #NationalHIVTestingDay. #DYK? Almost 1 million people die from HIV/AIDS each year. Getting tested is the first step to preventing deadly HIV, don’t skip it. https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/basics/testing.html

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June

U.S. Army Medical Service Corps Anniversary

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5/19/2022
U.S. Army Medical Service Corps Anniversary

Happy Anniversary to the Army Medical Service Corps! Today we honor your 105 years of dedication and the thousands of officers who have been a part of the long history of leadership and service.

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June

Men's Health Month

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5/19/2022
Men's Health Month

Men, you can start working towards #AStrongerTomorrow, TODAY and ask your doctor what preventive health steps are next for men your age. #MensHealthMonth https://health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Total-Force-Fitness/Preventive-Health/Mens-Health

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STI Prevention Partners

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5/17/2022
STI Prevention Partners

Honest communication between sexual partners is essential. Talk to your partner(s) about STIs and safer sex practices, especially if you or they have multiple partners. Regular testing, especially when you have a new partner, lowers your risk of getting or passing on an STI. https://www.cdc.gov/std/treatment/default.htm #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention

STI Prevention DYK

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5/17/2022
STI Prevention DYK

Did you know that condoms are an important and effective way of preventing the spread of STI? Depending on the disease, and with proper use, condoms prevent 96% of STI transmission. https://www.cdc.gov/condomeffectiveness/index.html #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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STI Prevention STI Rates

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5/17/2022
STI Prevention STI Rates

Don’t fall into the “it won’t happen to me” trap. It’s shocking but true… 1 in 5 Americans has an STI. Read more at: https://health.mil/News/Articles/2021/07/06/Sexually-transmitted-infections-you-may-have-one-and-not-know-it #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention

STI Prevention

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5/17/2022
STI Prevention

STIs pose a serious risk to service members’ health, and their readiness. Using the right prevention methods and regular testing lowers your risk. Learn more with this article from the U.S. Army Public Health Center. https://www.army.mil/article/250563/protect_yourself_in_the_war_against_sexually_transmitted_infections #PreventSTIs #TalkTestTreat #TalkTestTreatReady

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Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention

Summer Safety Main

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety Main

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Summer Safety - Bug Safety

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety - Bug Safety

No matter where you live or work in the world, stinging and biting insects and other pests are always nearby. Some are native to their current surroundings while others were imported, either intentionally or accidentally. Some insects which were imported have no local predators and their populations skyrocket. Be sure to protect yourself and your family against bites.

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Summer Safety - Driving Safety

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety - Driving Safety

At any given daylight moment across America, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones or electronic devices while driving, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. When you’re behind the wheel of a car – whether alone or with passengers – driving safely should always be your top concern. We’re more distracted than ever, so it’s crucial to know the basics of safe driving and practice them every time you’re on the road.

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Summer Safety - Boat Safety

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety - Boat Safety

Sadly, when operating a boat, the possibility of injuries and fatalities are very real. It is important to know your boat and where you’re headed on your trip.

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Summer Safety - Bicycle Safety

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5/5/2022
Summer Safety - Bicycle Safety

As you might expect, when a crash occurs between a vehicle and a bike, it’s the cyclist most likely to be injured. Here are some tips on how you can prevent bicycle injuries and deaths, and remember: A large percentage of crashes can be avoided if motorists and cyclists follow the rules of the road and watch out for each other.

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Summer Safety | Bicycling Safety | Summer Safety Toolkit
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