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Female, male service members, veterans recover from concussion differently

Article
3/6/2020
At an informal celebration at the AFWERX Vegas Innovation Hub earlier this month, U.S. Air Force personnel took delivery of four helmet designs that may each represent the next generation of fixed-wing aircrew equipment. In just nine months, the AFWERX innovations process generated tangible products for further Air Force testing and development. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nathan Riddle)

Female veterans may have a harder time performing some mental tasks after a mild traumatic brain injury or concussion

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Innovative military hearing health programs showcased at national conference

Article
3/5/2020
Lt. Col. John Merkley, Army Public Health Center, tests out a boothless audiometry headset system, one of four systems demonstrated by manufacturers during a workshop hosted by the DoD Hearing Center of Excellence at this year's National Hearing Conservation Association Conference. (HCE photo)

Hearing standards for new Air Force recruits saved the military service millions of dollars

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Brain Injury Awareness Month raises awareness of TBI in the military

Article
3/2/2020
The Department of Defense and the Military Health System recognizes March each year as Brain Injury Awareness Month to increase awareness of traumatic brain injuries, and the Department’s efforts to improve its ability to identify, care for, and treat service members and veterans who are affected by TBI. (MHS graphic)

A division of the Defense Health Agency Research and Development Directorate, DVBIC is the DoD’s TBI center of excellence

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Experts dish out 9 tips for heart health

Article
2/28/2020
Naturally occurring phytochemicals in plants provide color, aroma, and flavor to fruits and vegetables. Different colors provide different nutrients, so eating a range of colors is essential for heart health. (U.S. Air Force illustration by Airman 1st Class Jennifer Gonzales)

Earlier this month, the MHS showed why heart health is important; Here is how you look out for yours

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McCaffery offers MHS view with Blue Star Families panel

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2/28/2020
Thomas McCaffery (center) participated in the Blue Star Families Panel at American Red Cross National Headquarters Feb. 26. He is seen here with Amy Goyer (left), family and caregiving expert at AARP, and retired Army Lt. Gen. Patty Horoho (right), CEO of OptumServe. The panel discussed timely, quality health care for service members and their families. (Photo by MHS Communications)

The Honorable Thomas McCaffery participated in the Blue Star Families panel to discuss MHS transformation for families

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Dating violence has consequences for teen victims

Article
2/28/2020
Midori Robinson, Kyleigh Rose and Keisha McNeill paint their hands so they can put a handprint on the “Love is Respect” mural during the Camp Zama Youth Center Teen Dating Violence Awareness Lock-In at Camp Zama. (U.S. Army photo by Winifred Brown)

Resources available to help military families respond

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9 Ways to RUIN your dental fitness

Article
2/27/2020
Army dentist, Capt. Cierra Diamse, a general dentist assigned to the Wiesbaden Dental Clinic, performs dental work on a soldier during a field training exercise held recently at Baumholder, Germany. Following the 9 Ways to RUIN Your Dental Fitness assures a scene like this downrange. (U.S. Army photo by Kirk Frady)

Dental and nutritional fitness go hand in hand; Here is how the Military Health System is addressing both

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DHA Director discusses vision for future

Article
2/25/2020
Lt. Gen. Ronald Place, Director, Defense Health Agency, visits with the staff of the Stuttgart Army Health Clinic in Germany.  Since becoming DHA Director, Lt. Gen. Place has focused on creating great outcomes for the beneficiaries who rely on the Military Health System for their health care.

DHA is providing a more integrated system of readiness and health

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Spit smokeless tobacco out – for good

Article
2/20/2020
Smokeless tobacco is not a healthier alternative to smoking. Links exist to its use and several cancers – not to mention leathery patches in the mouth, stained teeth, and bad breath. Users can take advantage of the Great American Spit Out Feb. 20 to begin their path to a tobacco-free lifestyle. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Paul Peterson)

Many forms of help available to become tobacco-free

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Careful, deliberate changes ahead for select MTFs

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2/19/2020
The Department of Defense today announced plans to restructure 50 military hospitals and clinics to better support wartime readiness of military personnel and to improve clinical training for medical forces who deploy in support of combat operations around the world. Of the 343 facilities in the United States initially screened for this report, 77 were selected for additional assessment, with 21 identified for no changes. (DoD file photo)

The DoD’s top health official shared plans to restructure 50 military hospitals and clinics, emphasizing changes will prioritize the warfighter and force readiness

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McCaffery announces upcoming changes to military hospitals, clinics

Article
2/19/2020
The Honorable Tom McCaffery, DoD's assistant secretary of defense for health affairs emphasized DoD's priority is to focus on wartime readiness while ensuring continued beneficiary access to quality health care. (DoD photo)

McCaffery emphasized DoD's priority is to focus on wartime readiness while ensuring continued beneficiary access to quality health care

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DoD to restructure 50 hospitals, clinics to improve readiness

Article
2/19/2020
The Department of Defense today announced plans to restructure 50 military hospitals and clinics to better support wartime readiness of military personnel and to improve clinical training for medical forces who deploy in support of combat operations around the world. (DoD file photo)

The restructuring effort focused on strengthening the prime responsibility of military medical facilities for training medical personnel

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Total Force Fitness: advice you can sink your teeth into

Article
2/18/2020
Good dental hygiene is essential to keeping the armed forces healthy. Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Kyle Gladding, from Montgomery, Alabama, assigned to USS Gerald R. Ford's dental department, prepares a patient for a dental x-ray. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Brigitte Johnston)

Healthy teeth are essential to a medically ready warfighter

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Call for 2020 Military Health System Research Symposium abstracts open

Article
2/14/2020
Navy Rear Adm. Darin K. Via, deputy chief, Readiness and Health, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, meets with Mr. Mike Galarneau, director, Operational Readiness & Health, Naval Health Research Center, during poster presentations while attending MHSRS 2019. (U.S. Navy photo by John Marciano)

MHSRS is the Department of Defense’s premier scientific meeting

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5 tips to manage separation for military families

Article
2/10/2020
1st Sgt. Doranda Denetclaw, a senior enlisted advisor assigned to 528th Hospital Center, 1st Medical Brigade, 13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, III Corps, U.S. Forces Command, holds her daughter after returning to Fort Bliss, Texas, October 23, 2019, after a nine-month deployment to Iraq in support of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve. (U.S. Army photo by Pvt. Matthew Marcellus)

As service members deploy, the Military Health System provides a few coping strategies for the families back home

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