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...
Hearing loss in the Department of Defense continues to decrease for service members and civilians enrolled in hearing conservation programs, according to a recent report from the Defense Health Agency Hearing Center of Excellence.
It's no secret that women face unique challenges in the United States military. What's less known is how deep and wide those challenges can be, and how they affect service members while on active duty and well after leaving the service.
The Defense Department has identified additional personnel authorized to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency in administering COVID-19 vaccinations at community vaccination centers around the country.
While the Military Health System continues to support the development and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to counter the ongoing public health threat of the disease, it’s investing in other efforts to counter the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
“There are many types of low vision, ranging from small to life-changing issues,” explained Dr. David Eliason, associate chief of the Department of Defense/Department of Veterans Affairs’ Vision Center of Excellence.
The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences’ Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program is leading a multi-year study to identify risk factors for COVID-19 in the military population, understand the symptoms and disease course, and investigate clinical outcomes.