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Summer’s here – stay safe!

Article
7/8/2020
Image of Coast Guard employee talking with man on boat

Remember these tips while enjoying the summer

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Earth, wind, and fire: Plan for health needs in emergencies

Article
7/7/2020
Men in protective suits dousing a flame with water from a hose

TRICARE, others offer resources for disaster preparedness

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Military Adaptive Sports Program aids with healing our Wounded Warriors

Article
7/7/2020
Man in wheelchair race

MHS shines spotlight on National Therapeutic Recreation Week

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Pentagon leaders brief department's COVID-19 response to reporters

Article
7/2/2020
Three men sit at blue table with American Flag and Pentagon symbol behind them.

The COVID-19 pandemic affects each area of the nation differently. Local leaders at military installations decide protocols for public safety on a case-by-case basis. The Military Health System supports those leaders by providing health surveillance data, updated to reflect current information.

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COVID-19 leads to innovation in military health care practices

Article
7/1/2020
Man in lab coat and mask prepares sample for COVID-19 testing.

MHS thinks outside of the box to bring care to patients during pandemic

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The role of data in the war against COVID-19

Article
6/29/2020
Clinician with mask looks at computer screen at a hospital.

How DoD’s COVID-19 registry supports readiness and health

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Summer PCS plans altered by COVID-19

Article
6/29/2020
Man wearing mask loading boxes into a car

Service members and families have suggestions to keep you safe.

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Invisible wounds: understanding PTSD

Article
6/26/2020
Service member appearing distressed with hand on head.

Identifing symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder and how to seek treatment.

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DoD trains staff to collect convalescent plasma donations

Article
6/26/2020
A service member donates convalescent plasma at a blood donation center.

Learn about training features, locations, timetable

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Tackling mosquitos to protect the force

Article
6/23/2020
Man emptying bag into a helicopter spreader

Mosquitoes transmit a host of woes but not COVID-19

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MHS mental health experts shed light on PTSD

Article
6/22/2020
Female soldier with war images superimposed on her head

Media roundtable event recognizes PTSD Awareness Month

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Understanding the potential of COVID-19 convalescent plasma

Article
6/19/2020
Researcher scans a unit of plasma in lab.

Researchers are harnessing the power of antibodies in COVID-19 convalescent plasma.

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Proper hydration enhances warrior fitness

Article
6/17/2020
Soldier drinking from a water bottle

Learn the danger signals of dehydration

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Teleteaching during the pandemic? USU center seeks educators' stories

Article
6/16/2020
Man wearing headphones in front of two monitors and keyboard

Educators faced juggling act on front lines, home front

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DHA welcomes new top enlisted leader

Article
6/12/2020
Three soldiers in masks, passing off a flag

Change of responsibility ceremony is livestreamed on Facebook

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