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Medical Readiness Portal (MRP) to enhance Army mission

Medical Readiness Portal (MRP) to enhance Army mission

Army Medicine leads the way in the development and implementation of medical innovations that improve the medical readiness of the force.

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Army Medicine bolstered its virtual health initiative by launching the Army Virtual Medical Center at Brooke Army Medical Center Jan. 4.

Army Virtual Medical Center launches at BAMC

Army Medicine bolstered its virtual health initiative by launching the Army Virtual Medical Center at Brooke Army Medical Center, Jan. 4.

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Army Medicine in Thick of War on Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Army Medicine in Thick of War on Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

An important battle is underway. It involves--rather than armies of people--armies of microbes--bacteria and viruses.

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Transforming Healthcare to Ensure Readiness

Transforming Healthcare to Ensure Readiness

During an emergency situation there is one major difference between hearing "Let me go and get you help" and "I'm here to help." The difference is readiness.

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Fort Hood WTU earns top honors in warrior care

Fort Hood WTU earns top honors in warrior care

Fort Hood's Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) beat out 13 other Army WTUs to earn top honors in providing care and transitioning services to the Army's wounded, ill and injured Soldiers.

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Vaccinations are best safeguard against illness-causing viruses

Vaccinations are best safeguard against illness-causing viruses

Flu or Influenza is a contagious respiratory illness caused by viruses. It can cause mild to severe health issues.

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Healthy Living Tips of the Week

Fitness
  • Gear up. When playing active sports or riding a motorcycle or bike, make sure you and your family wear protective gear, such as helmets, wrist guards, and knee and elbow pads.
  • Caffeine and alcohol strip your body of water, making you thirstier. Reach for water instead.
  • Park further away from your destination and take the stairs instead of the elevator.
  • Take 10-minute breaks at work every hour to walk around and stretch.
  • Protect yourself from injury or disease by wearing a helmet, sunscreen, or insect repellent when necessary.

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