sábado, 15 de noviembre de 2014

Friday Health.mil News Round-Up

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The following article were posted yesterday on Health.mil:

Military Women Face Extra Challenges to Quit Smoking
November 13, 2014
Military women tend to feel more stress than their male counterparts, making it more challenging for women in the Armed Forces to give up smoking, recent surveys find.
Read more at: www.health.mil/News/Articles/2014/11/13/Military-Women-Face-Extra-Challenges-to-Quit-Smoking.

Army-Navy Blood Donor Challenge Underway
November 13, 2014
The annual Armed Services Blood Program Army-Navy Blood Donor Challenge is officially underway, according to an Armed Services Blood Program news release issued Oct. 30.
Read more at: www.health.mil/News/Articles/2014/11/13/Army-Navy-Blood-Donor-Challenge-Underway.

Ebola-zone Troops’ Health Remains Top Concern, Official Says
November 13, 2014
Ensuring that U.S. personnel dispatched to West Africa to help stop the spread of Ebola don’t contract the deadly disease remains the U.S. military’s top priority, a senior Defense Department official said today, as the first group of military personnel deployed to Africa as part of Operation United Assistance were set to return to the United States.
Read more at: www.health.mil/News/Articles/2014/11/13/Ebola-zone-Troops-Health-Remains-Top-Concern-Official-Says.

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