Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall met with Air Force Medical Service leaders to discuss the Department of the Air Force’s approach for prioritizing post-traumatic stress disorder care and support during a visit to Joint Base Andrews June 24.
During a recent run in the hot weather, I started to feel dizzy and got a headache. Could this be heat exhaustion or heat stroke? Can you please explain the difference between the two so that my buddies and I can learn ways to prevent heat-related injuries in the hot weather?
Marine Corps Capt. Joseph Tortorici, a father of six, knows a lot about being a military dad. And he's got a slate of recommendations for new fathers. For example, he says, a tactical bag makes for the best diaper bag out there.
Every year, thousands of service members are diagnosed with at least one sexually transmitted infection. Topping the list of the most common are chlamydia, gonorrhea, and genital herpes, military health data shows.
Hi, Doc, I keep getting headaches. I've worked in the bowels of a Navy ship nearly my entire career. I love the noise, the smells, and my crews. But as I get older, I've become more sensitive to the constant noise and mechanical humming.
Summertime heat and outdoor events can put everyone at increased risk of contracting severe foodborne illness so it's more important than ever to stick to a few key safety guidelines to make sure you and your guests don't get sick.