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PTSD Awareness Month - Treatment Works

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6/1/2022
PTSD Awareness Month - Treatment Works

Experiencing #PTSD can make one feel hopeless. Fortunately, there are strategies and treatments that WORK to relieve PTSD symptoms. Don’t wait, seek help today. #PTSDAwarenessMonth www.health.mil/ptsd

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PTSD Awareness Month

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6/1/2022
PTSD Awareness Month

June is #PTSDAwarenessMonth Just because you cannot see a wound doesn’t mean it isn’t there. If you or someone you know is struggling with PTSD, seek help immediately. www.health.mil/ptsd

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Men's Health Month - Stigma

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6/1/2022
Men's Health Month - Stigma

#DYK? Men are 2x less likely than women to use preventive health care services. You can be the one to fight the stigma. Take action and schedule your recommended health screenings ASAP. #TakeChargeofYourHealth #MensHealthMonth www.health.mil/menshealth

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Men's Health Month - Screening

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6/1/2022
Men's Health Month - Screening

Not all illnesses and injuries demonstrate symptoms immediately. This #MensHealthMonth, be sure to ask your doctor which screenings might be right for you. #TakeChargeofYourHealth www.health.mil/menshealth

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World Blood Donor Day

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6/1/2022
World Blood Donor Day

#WorldBloodDonorDay is a time to celebrate lifesavers around the world. When you donate blood with the Armed Services Blood Program, you affect positive change for our military community worldwide. Donate today! Militarydonor.com

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PTSD Awareness Month - PTSD Awareness

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6/1/2022
PTSD Awareness Month - PTSD Awareness

Unfortunately, experiencing trauma is not uncommon. If you’ve experienced trauma and notice symptoms of #PTSD, don’t hesitate to ask your primary care provider about possible treatment. #TreatmentWorks #PTSDAwarenessMonth www.health.mil/ptsd

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Opioid Misuse Prevention

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5/25/2022
Opioid Misuse Prevention

Opioid Misuse Prevention - Opioids are highly addictive

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Opioid Safety 2019

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5/25/2022
Opioid Safety 2019

This infographic describes what opioids are, and lists the safety precautions and signs of overdose of this class of drugs.

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Living with Pain Retrain Brain 1

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5/25/2022
Living with Pain Retrain Brain 1

Living with Pain? Retrain your Brain! Reduce sensitivity to pain with increased physical activity.

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Living with Pain? Retrain Your Brain

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5/25/2022
Living with Pain? Retrain Your Brain

This infographic describes ways to retrain the brain's reaction to pain.

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Pain Management

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5/25/2022
Pain Management

Pain management means getting the right treatment for physical and emotional pain, whether it is sharp, dull, aching, burning, strong or mild.

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MHS Nurse Advice Line

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5/25/2022
MHS Nurse Advice Line

The MHS Nurse Advice line is available 24/7 by phone, web chat and video chat to TRICARE beneficiaries in the U.S., U.S. Territories, and countries with an established military hospital or clinic. Visit www.MHSNurseAdviceLine.com for more information.

Acute vs. Chronic Pain

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5/25/2022
Acute vs. Chronic Pain

This infographic describes the difference between acute pain and chronic pain

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Opioid Safety: Signs of Abuse

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5/25/2022
Opioid Safety: Signs of Abuse

Everyone who takes opioids is at risk for opioid poisoning (overdose), even if taken as prescribed, and should take appropriate precautions. If you have pain and your doctor prescribes opioids, there are things you can do to prevent overdose. Work with your doctor to create a plan. Know your options and consider ways you can manage pain without an opioid.

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Don't Rush to Flush

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5/25/2022
Don't Rush to Flush

Military pharmacies now offer drug take back. Don't flush unused meds ... instead dispose of them at your military pharmacy.

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