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President Biden Signs PACT Act, Addresses Toxic Exposures

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9/6/2022
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President Biden signed the Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act this past month.

What Effects Does Alcohol Have on My Body?

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9/6/2022
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Alcohol can be harmful for many reasons, so moderation is the key, our doc says.

Suicide Awareness Month Reminder: Seek Help for PTSD

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9/2/2022
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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder is a real mental health issue. Be aware and seek help.

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VA Expands Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry Eligibility

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8/31/2022
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Recent updates to the Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry expand eligibility for service members and vets.

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Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available for 12 to 17 Year-Olds

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8/30/2022
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Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine is Available for Those 12 Years' Old and Above

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New COVID-19 Boosters Against Subvariants Coming Soon

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8/29/2022
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Brooklyn Marine gets COVID-19 booster vaccination.

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Female Leaders Blaze a Trail in Military Medicine

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8/29/2022
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While countless groundbreaking women paved the way, an all-female leadership team is blazing new trails in modern military medicine.

Technology and Medicine: The Digital Age of Health Care

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8/26/2022
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Technology is transforming health care and incorporating new elements for providers in their practices.

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How to Get Your Kids Up to Date on Vaccinations

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8/25/2022
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Resources to help you get and keep your child’s immunizations up to date in time for back to school.

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Unexpected Friendly Rivals

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8/24/2022
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The Brooke Army Medical Center Soldier Recovery Unit is more than where support for wounded, ill, and injured soldiers receiving rehabilitative care takes place.

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Department of Defense Streamlining Health Tech for Beneficiaries

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8/23/2022
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Advances in technology has vastly improved the accessibility to beneficiaries’ electronic health records.

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Bulgarian Armed Forces Demonstrate Combat Medical Advancements

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8/22/2022
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Bulgarian Armed Forces showed off their combat lifesaving training to a U.S. delegation Aug. 10.

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U.S. Army Expands Medical Interoperability with Polish Allies

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8/18/2022
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On July 27th, the U.S. Army Europe and Africa Command Surgeon, Brig. Gen. Clinton Murray, and Polish Surgeon General, Dr. Aurelia Ostrowska, signed a landmark Combat Medicine Interoperability Memorandum of Agreement.

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DHA Honors Empowered Women Who Strengthen the Nation

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8/17/2022
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Army Brig. Gen. Mary Krueger, commanding general of Regional Health Command -- Atlantic, joined the DHA to celebrate Women's Equality Day.

After Dobbs Decision, Department of Defense Provides Q&A Resource

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8/16/2022
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The Q&A provides answers to questions around reproductive health care access — including leave and travel, sexual assault, contraceptives and other types of related assistance.

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