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The Military Health System (MHS) 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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One Marine’s journey to recovery through adaptive sports

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1/15/2021
Woman in wheelchair on podium; holding up prosthetic leg

Marine veteran Annika Hutsler credits Military Adaptive Sports for helping her transition to civilian life.

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Lessons of service-before-self epitomize Dr. King's legacy

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1/15/2021
Outline of Dr. Martin Luther King, with text: "Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 18, 2021"

DHA pays tribute to the great civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a #MonthOfService observance throughout January.

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Partnerships, COVID-19 are catalysts for enterprise virtual health

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1/14/2021
Image of Mr. Adler with text: "Partnerships, COVID-19 are catalysts for enterprise virtual health."

Jamie Adler, the lead for the DHA’s Virtual Health Clinical Integration Office, discusses the future of virtual health (VH).

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NH Guantanamo Bay Lt. named as Subspecialty Officer of the Year

Article
1/14/2021
Navy Lt. Ara Gutierrez, Naval Readiness and Training Command Guantanamo Bay, was selected Navy Medicine’s Medical Technology Subspecialty Junior Officer of the Year for 2020.

Gutierrez said she was genuinely surprised and honored to represent medicine’s "hidden profession.”

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COVID-19 hinders blood donations during National Blood Donor Month

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1/14/2021
Navy Capt. R. Wade Blizzard, commanding officer of U.S. Navy Support Facility Diego Garcia, donates blood for the Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Units Diego Garcia walking blood bank on Dec. 17, 2020. The walking blood bank is a list of eligible donors who can provide blood in case of emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Navy Seaman Apprentice Stevin Atkins)

Life-saving blood is in high-demand by the Armed Services Blood Program, as the COVID-19 has negatively impacted donations.

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MHS refractive surgery experts discuss warfighter readiness

Article
1/13/2021
Image of Mr. McCaffery looking at a monitor with an eye on it

Refractive surgery is any surgery that eliminates the need for glasses or contact lenses.

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Get into fighting weight with the 2021 Total Force Fitness Challenge

Article
1/12/2021
Soldier, wearing a mask, with fists ready to punch

The 2021 Total Force Fitness Challenge helps Service Members recommit to their fitness and weight goals by promoting holistic aspects of health and performance that can impact their weight.

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COVID presents new set of challenges for DOD environmental health

Article
1/12/2021
Group of Marines, snowshoeing through the snow

One of the most important factors to take into account when maintaining one’s overall fitness is physical environment.

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Mentoring builds strong bonds and a network of support

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1/11/2021
Three military personnel, wearing masks, having a discussion in a room

January serves as National Mentoring Month.

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DOD Launches “My MilLife Guide” Text Message Program to Boost Wellness

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1/11/2021
The new My MilLife Guide program supports the wellness of the military community.

DoD has launched My MilLife Guide, a new program that sends text messages designed to help the military community boost overall wellness while navigating stresses related to COVID-19.

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Navy corpsman provides multitude of support to hospital

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1/8/2021
Two military personnel, wearing masks, in a supply room looking at the shelves

“Thinking outside the box is what makes a great person, let alone a Sailor," Tie said.

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OWF and DFAS support injured Soldier on his path to success

Article
1/8/2021
Two men holding onto an award

Soper is now a recruiter for DFAS’ “Hire a Hero Program.”

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NH Twentynine Palms earns Blue-H Award for ninth consecutive year

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1/7/2021
Woman wearing a mask, pointing to an award ribbon

The Blue-H Navy Surgeon General's Health Promotion and Wellness Award guides, encourages and rewards the promotion of health in Navy and Marine Corps organizations.

Decreasing cervical cancer – one HPV vaccine at a time

Article
1/7/2021
Medical personnel showing report to soldier

Early detection and prevention methods are key to help women fight and prevent this form of cancer.

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MTF facilities, markets set to resume transition heading into 2021

Article
1/6/2021
A military nurse, wearing a mask, prepares a needle for a vaccination

Butler says transition on track.

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