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USAMRIID Scientist Wins AMSUS Research and Development Award

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Xiankun (Kevin) Zeng, a molecular biologist and principal investigator at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases

Xiankun (Kevin) Zeng, a molecular biologist and principal investigator at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), is the recipient of the 2021-2022 Research and Development Award presented by AMSUS, the Society of Federal Health Professionals.

Policy Update: Significant Improvements to Mental and Behavioral Health Policies

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A U.S. Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter flies over the sunset off the northern coast of Haiti in Nov. 2021

New updates to Coast Guard policy loosen restrictions and impacts on service members undergoing mental and behavioral health treatment for conditions including (but not limited to) anxiety and depressive disorders.

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Nurse Urges Cancer Awareness Citing Example of Fallen Firefighter

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Former Fort Lee firefighter Mike Lecik smiling at camera

Still saddened by the death of family friend and former Fort Lee firefighter Mike Lecik, a Kenner Army Health Clinic nurse urges community members to be diligent with routine checkups that increase the chances of detecting cancer early when it is more treatable.

If weight loss is your goal, accountability may be a phone call away

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Members from Coast Guard District Seven stretch

If you need an accountability partner to make your weigh-in goals this season—call CG SUPRT (855-247-8778)) for free health coaching services. 

USTRANSCOM patient movement exercise strengthens aeromedical skills, partnerships

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Senior leaders from the U.S. Navy, Air Force, and Army listening to briefs

U.S. Transportation Command conducted Exercise Ultimate Caduceus at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 23-March 8.

Lessening the Blast in the Past – TBI Support Down Range

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Military personnel posing by a medical machine

When the Concussion Restoration Care Center (CRCC) with a MRI (Magnetic Resonance System) was established at Camp Leatherneck, then part of Joint Operating Base and British-run Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, there was a constant need to care for combat-related concussions.

Finding balance as a U.S. Air Force nurse, wife and mother of six

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Air Force 1st Lt. Kristin Bland is currently part of a group of Air Force medical providers deployed to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, in support of the whole-of-government COVID response operation aimed at helping communities in need.

Surgery in the snow: Life-saving specialists hone their skills

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Six U.S. Air Force officers head for an unassuming tan tent that breaks the otherwise monochrome landscape of a runway at the edge of Nome, Alaska.

Nutrition Diversity Creates Enjoyable Health

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The month of March is known as National Nutrition Month

New discharge lounge opens at BAMC to improve patient flow

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On March 8 a new patient discharge lounge opened at Brooke Army Medical Center for patients preparing to leave the hospital.

BJACH conducts MHS GENESIS exercise ahead of transition

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Military personnel during a MHS GENESIS exercise

The Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital conducted MHS GENESIS mock “go-live” exercises 9, 10 and 11 March at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk, Louisiana.

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Weed ACH strengthens bonds with local hospitals during Leadership Summit

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Weed Army Community Hospital hosted executive leaders from 13 medical facilities in Southern California and Las Vegas regions during a Leadership Summit event March 11.

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: Observance Focuses on Screening, Increasing Public Knowledge

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Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Observed during March, Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month seeks to increase the public’s knowledge about the disease and encourage people to get screened for it.

5 Tips Sailors can use to get kick off healthy habits during National Nutrition Month

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March is Nutrition Month

During National Nutrition Month this March, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) reminds Sailors they can take control of their nutritional needs by learning more about healthy eating.

Dietitians available to assist with diets for those with prediabetes, diabetes

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is targeting occupational Heat Injury and Illness Prevention as part of their recent efforts to establish a universal standard to protect workers.

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