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Study Finds Viral MicroRNA Biomarkers Elevated, Detectable in Blood After Traumatic Injury

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1/21/2022
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A multi-year clinical investigation successfully tested the hypothesis that novel viral microRNA biomarkers can help identify trauma patients at risk for poor outcomes early on in their trauma recovery.

AFIMSC prioritizes diversity inclusion for EOD physical fitness test

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1/21/2022
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The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center invited female EOD Airmen from around the enterprise to take part in a working group to ensure mother’s needs are taken into account, while still keeping to the higher standard for the career field’s physical demands. 

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Lejeune medical personnel get ready for a new type of patient care: MHS GENESIS

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1/20/2022
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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune beneficiaries. On March 19, 2022, NMCCL will officially transition to using MHS GENESIS, the Military Health System’s new structure for electronic health records, or EHR, for service members, retirees, and their families.

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Military medical team provides support to civilians hospital in Yuma, Arizona

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1/20/2022
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U.S. Air Force Airmen are deployed in support of continued Department of Defense COVID response operations to help communities in need.

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

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1/18/2022
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First responders and those fighting on the medical battleground have earned well-deserved recognition for their efforts.

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Stay Healthy, Stay Ready

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1/14/2022
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Having a healthy lifestyle is a major part of Army life; it is ingrained into the minds of Soldiers early on in their careers. 

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

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1/13/2022
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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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WBAMC Prepares for MHS GENESIS

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1/12/2022
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William Beaumont Army Medical Center plans to launch MHS GENESIS, a new electronic health record and patient portal, in the summer of 2022.

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Mother, Motivator, Mentor, Marchetta.

Article Around MHS
1/11/2022
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Amber Marchetta has served as the youth sports coordinator for Marine Corps Community Services aboard Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni, Japan.

BAMC earns The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval®

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1/11/2022
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Brooke Army Medical Center recently earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for the hospital, each of its primary care medical homes, and the behavioral health care and services.

MCAHC Pharmacist awarded the 2021 Army Pharmacy Leadership and Innovation Award

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1/10/2022
Dr. Adam Edward Lang

McDonald Army Health Center (MCAHC) Clinical Pharmacist Dr. Adam Edward Lang was recognized with the 2021 Ralph D. Arnolds Pharmacy Award for Pharmacy Leadership and Innovation sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Master's in Pharmacy Leadership Program, held during recent a virtual Joint Federal Pharmacy Seminar.

Fort Irwin medical leaders visit local hospitals

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1/7/2022
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Medical leaders from Weed Army Community Hospital toured several high desert hospitals in November and December to strengthen rapport for an enhanced network for Fort Irwin beneficiaries

Optometry cares for Wyverns in the blink of an eye

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1/7/2022
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The human eye can distinguish approximately 10 million different colors and is made up of more than two million working parts. With that many functioning pieces, maintaining ocular health is imperative.

Using this one tool could cut your stress in half

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1/6/2022
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The Operational Stress Control (OSC) Program, a United States Navy program the  Coast Guard’s Office of Health, Safety and Work-Life recently adopted, is running a series of four-day, virtual and in-person trainings to help our members recognize and better manage stress.

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OTA students create, display interactive projects

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1/6/2022
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Army and Navy students in the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) Occupational Therapy Assistant program held an Open House recently to showcase their interactive class projects and explain how they are applicable in military rehabilitation.

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