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Silent, Invisible Injuries Get New Visibility, Understanding
May 2010 Navy by CAPT Elaine H. Allen, USN (Ret), Ombudsman, NOSC, North Island Chillingly disturbed by increasing suicides among Warriors and their...

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Understanding Mental Health Disorders
A Way to Leadership Success March 2010 Navy by CDR Joan M. Smith, NC, USN In an August 2009 article in Military Officer magazine, when asked about ...

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Wrap Your Arms Around This
January 2010 Navy by CDR Marian Cioe, NC, USN Did you know that there is a miracle universal medicine that can relieve many physical and emotional p...

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How Can YOU Save a Life?
October 2009 Navy Magazine by CDR Marian Cioe, NC, USN By donating blood, if you can, whenever possible; if you cannot, encourage others to do so. ...

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Your Day Will Come
September 2009 Navy by CDR Marian Cioe, NC, USN It may dawn on you at sixty, sixty-five or even seventy years of age, but you will eventually admit ...

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Run Silent, Run Deep
Health Talk August 2009, Navy by CDR Marian Cioe, NC, USN You may not know it, but they are everywhere. They are silently working with our future S...

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Got an infection? What to do!

Take an antibiotic, of course. The process is an everyday occurrence and so common that we tend to forget when people lived in fear of bacterial infections as there was no cure. Until the mid-twentieth century, infectious diseases were the leading cause of death. Prevention through hygiene was the only defense.

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Unconventional Medicine

There is a broad range of healing approaches not used in conventional Western medicine. Although many alternative therapies have long been widely employed in the treatment of disease, the scientificallyoriented, modern medical establishment has typically been skeptical about, and sometimes strongly opposed to, their use.

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This month’s article is submitted by John S. Hughes, CAPT, MC (RET) – Diving Medical Officer: Navy Mobile Diving and Salvage Units and Naval Sea Systems Command. ... I elected to commit to the more specialized form of operational medical training suggested by my SEAL neighbor: diving medicine. This operational medicine specialty is involved with the care of diving-related injuries and illnesses of Navy salvage, EOD, and SEAL divers. The training involved being trained as a diver as well as in areas of diving medicine, and it was a six-month course of instruction and practical training.

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CA-MRSA is increasing in athletes who participate in team sports (particularly football players, wrestlers, rugby players and even fencers and baseball players).

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In July of 2005, I was given the unique opportunity to join the Navy Reserve Operational Health Support Unit Great Lakes, IL, in support of the West African Training Cruise (WATC-05), held in Cameroon and Gabon, West Africa. The exercise, sponsored by Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe/Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet, (CNE/C6F), was a Medical Outreach Program (MOP) designed for U.S. and African medical experts to exchange knowledge and techniques used to deal with a wide variety of regional illnesses.

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After an exciting NRA Conference in Phoenix, I have been given the honor to serve you as VP Health Programs. I want to take this opportunity publicly to thank RADM Peter L. Andrus, MC, USN, for his insightful Health Programs articles over the past two years and for his support and encouragement with medical issues in the Navy. As I slip into these shoes, I have a warm feeling that RADM Andrus will remain active in the Navy Reserve; and his legacy will not fade.

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