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The Military Health System is an interconnected network of service members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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How Global Health Engagement is Boosting U.S. National Security

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12/16/2021
Ghanaian sailor taking notes while standing watch

The health impact of HIV and AIDS prevention efforts translates directly into our partners’ fitness, effectiveness and readiness, says Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Chief Dr. Brad Hale.

U.S., Ukrainian Army medics train together during Combined Resolve XVI

Article Around MHS
12/15/2021
Military personnel talking

During Combined Resolve XVI, a U.S. Army Europe and Africa directed, 7th Army Training Command conducted, Joint Multinational Readiness Center hosted multinational training event involving 1st Infantry Division's 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, U.S. and Ukrainian soldiers compared emergency medical procedures to find efficient ways to quickly and safely treat one another’s patients at a moment’s notice.

AF to field new bladder relief device working toward suite of options

Article Around MHS
12/14/2021
Military Jet

The Air Force is slated to receive the first shipment of the Omni Gen. 3 Skydrate, an improved in-flight bladder relief device, early next month.

The Military is Reporting Far Fewer Hearing Problems

Article
12/14/2021
Soldiers wear hearing protection while firing an M3 multi-role anti-armor antipersonnel weapon system during live-fire training at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Sept. 15, 2021.

Hearing loss in the Department of Defense continues to decrease for service members and civilians enrolled in hearing conservation programs, according to a recent report from the Defense Health Agency Hearing Center of Excellence.

Military Health System Marks 1-Year Anniversary for COVID Vaccinations

Article
12/14/2021
Military Health System Marks 1-Year Anniversary for COVID Vaccinations

More than 6.4 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered a year after first shots within MHS.

Three Free Holiday Gifts That Boost Well-Being

Article
12/14/2021
Image of soldier holding a letter.

Gift giving is a fun and meaningful part of many cultures during the holidays. Try giving 3 “different” gifts to boost the well-being of the recipient and improve your well-being too. Best of all? They’re 100% free!

So others may breathe - Navy Medicine Respiratory Therapist cares for COVID casualties

Article Around MHS
12/13/2021
Military Health personnel posing for a picture

Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Tessa Hazard, a respiratory therapist, recently deployed to Alabama as a member of a COVID-19 response team.

Ask the Doc: How Do I Get Rid of the 'Dark Cloud' Over My Holidays?

Article
12/13/2021
A mask hanging on a Christmas tree

Doc talks to Jane Olien, a licensed clinical social worker assigned to Behavioral Health Clinical Operations, part of the DHA’s Medical Affairs/Clinical Support Division, in San Antonio, Texas, about combatting feelings of depression around the holidays.

Uniformed Services University Neuroscientist Inspired by Chance to Help Others

Article Around MHS
12/10/2021
Doctor posing

Growing up, Dr. Kimberly Byrnes thought she would be a teacher or a doctor. She ended up becoming a scientist who teaches others how to become doctors.

Ft. Belvoir Leaders Learn to Row Learn More About MASP

Article
12/10/2021
Military personnel participating in adaptive sports

Fort Belvoir Soldier Recovery Unit Command team joins MASP for a rowing clinic in Washington D.C. to experience benefits of adaptive sports firsthand.

Weed ACH labs receive national accreditation

Article Around MHS
12/9/2021
Military Doctors

The Weed Army Community Hospital and Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. laboratories passed College of American Pathologist (CAP) inspections Oct. 8 and Nov. 9, respectively

Meet the First Coast Guard Sponsored USU Medical Student

Article
12/9/2021
US Coast Guard Ensign Bobczynski smiles at camera

U.S. Coast Guard Academy graduate Ensign Elyse Bobczynski is the first USCG-sponsored student to attend medical school at the Uniformed Services University.

Blue Jacket of the Year is Amazing Leader

Article Around MHS
12/8/2021
Military medical treatment

Navy Rear Adm. Timothy Weber, commander, Naval Medical Forces Pacific/Director of the Medical Service Corps, had one question for Hospitalman Nicole Higuera-Myers, recipient of the Blue Jacket of the Year Award for Naval Medical Forces Pacific:

National Influenza Vaccination Week Highlights Importance of Flu Vaccine

Article Around MHS
12/8/2021
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This year’s National Influenza Vaccination Week, observed Dec. 5-11, serves as a reminder for people 6 months and older who haven’t received the flu vaccine, there’s still time to get it.

Flu Vaccination Rates are Running High Across the Military This Year

Article
12/8/2021
Image of a woman giving someone an injection on the arm.

Rates of flu vaccination among service members are significantly higher than in previous years.

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