The Military Health System offers a wide variety of mental health care options. But figuring out who is the best person to talk to can seem overwhelming. There are psychiatrists and psychologists, counselors and therapists.
Feelings of burnout are common – when work and other demands in your life get too intense, or if you don't get enough time to rest, you can start feeling physically, emotionally, or mentally exhausted.
The shortageArticle: FDA Encourages Importation of Safe Infant Formula and Other Flexibilities to Further Increase Availability on the FDA website of baby formula is having an impact on millions of families.
The following article is a first-person account by Army Lt. Col. (Dr.) Robert Cornfeld, chief health information officer and pediatric gastroenterologist at Madigan Army Medical CenterMadigan Army Medical Center website at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington.
The cancer diagnosis came out of nowhere for Marine Corps Sgt. Michael Christian.
"I used to be a healthy person, so I noticed a change," Christian said. "I feel terrible all the time… I try to cut a tomato and I can't even hold a knife without my hands cramping."
Army Maj. (Dr.) William Williams Keen Jr. was a pioneering military doctor whose career spanned surgical duty on the bloody battlefields of the American Civil War through influential research work during World War I.
The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) hosted a drinking water course for Navy and Marine Corps representatives from the Far East Region at Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) Okinawa April 18-21.
Each nurse has his or her own unique career path. Air Force Col. Dianne Stroble recalls her original plans to serve in the reserve component. But after talking to a recruiter, she decided to accept a commission and enter the active duty force when she was 33 and married with three children.