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VCE Makes Laser Eye Exposure Treatment Recommendations

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2/9/2023
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Vision Center of Excellence issues first treatment practice recommendations for laser eye exposure.

Vision Center of Excellence Sponsoring Landmark Eye Health Study

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2/8/2023
Military personnel in eye exam

Eye problems can end military careers. Now, there's new study that could launch a better way to screen and track service members' vision heath. See why expanding the current guidelines for routine eye care can help you.

Want to Avoid Getting Sick? Here Are Some Tips to Boost Your Immunity

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2/7/2023
Everything you eat matters

Just like wearing personal protective equipment like gloves, goggles, and masks can minimize your exposure to workplace injuries and illnesses, personal protective nutrition and lifestyle practices can do the same to boost your immunity.

Defense Health Agency Director Promoted to Lieutenant General

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2/3/2023
Lt. Gen. Telita Crosland, the Defense Health Agency’s fourth director and first African American DHA director, poses with family and friends after she was promoted to Lieutenant General on Jan. 20, 2023. (Photo by Robert Hammer)

The new Defense Health Agency director pinned on her third star during a ceremony at Fort Myer Memorial Chapel, Virginia, on Jan. 20, 2023.

Changing of the Guard: MSMR’s Second Editor-in-Chief Retires

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2/1/2023
Changing of the Guard: MSMR’s Second Editor-in-Chief Retires

Retrospective of Dr. Francis L. O’Donnell’s 11-year tenure as MSMR’s Editor in Chief

Brief Report: Hospitalizations Among Active Duty Members of the U.S. Coast Guard, Fiscal Year 2021

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2/1/2023
HospitalizationsCoastGuard

This brief report presents United States Coast Guard hospitalization data for fiscal year 2021 and examines its data completeness, as annual Department of Defense data have not included Coast Guard data since 2015, and describes differences in utilization.

From the Editor's Desk

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2/1/2023
From the Editor's Desk

The new MSMR Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Andrew Wiesen, a retired Army physician, provides his perspective on the importance of the MSMR and his expectations for its future.

Historical Perspective: The Critical Role of Disease and Non-Battle Injuries in Soldiers Isolated on Pacific Islands During the Second World War

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2/1/2023
SoldiersPacificWWII

This Historical Perspective discusses catastrophic casualties among U.S. and Japanese forces due to failed supply lines during World War II in the Pacific.

NICoE Deputy Director Receives Department of Defense's Highest Civilian Honor

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1/27/2023
U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ronald J. Place  and Dr. Louis French at award ceremony

The work of one of the Department of Defense’s foremost experts on the treatment of traumatic brain injury was recently honored with the department's highest award given to career DOD civilian employees.

Decades After Desert Storm, inTransition is There for You

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1/26/2023
General Schwartzkopf inspecting troops in 1991

If you need help with your PTSD, the InTransition program is for you.

Equine Therapy Reduces Staff Stress and Anxiety at Military Hospital

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1/25/2023
Military personnel poses with miniature horse

Not all facility animals are dogs. Mini-horses help reduce staff stress at Naval Medical Center San Diego.

Genome Sequencing Assists Research at Naval Health Research Center

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1/24/2023
Lab technicians doing genome research

Learn how unique samples from naval vessels, US-Mexico border populations, and DOD beneficiaries aided in the Naval Health Research Center’s sequencing efforts.

MLK Day National Day of Service: Remember. Celebrate. Act.

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1/23/2023
MLK infographic

How Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy still affects us today.

Donated Blood Saves Lives

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1/20/2023
Military personnel donating blood

The Military Health System needs many units of blood every day. The Armed Services Blood Program has a mission to meet that need globally, whenever, and wherever needed.

U.S. Military HIV Research Lends Lessons Learned to COVID-19

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1/19/2023
Gloved hands working in laboratory

The U.S. military has engaged in HIV research for three decades, contributing critical lessons learned, knowledge, and expertise during the COVID-19 research and vaccine development effort.

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