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Journal EntryOvercoming jet lag without medications
Jet lag can be a drag to get over, but you can prepare yourself with some simple actions to help you deal with this common annoyance.
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Journal EntryF-22 jets under fire
On September 13, Air Force officials met on Capitol Hill to address the House Armed Services Committee over concerns about the physiological dangers of flying F-22s.
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Journal EntryMask you a question?
Are you using your military Pro Mask correctly? Wearing your mask during exercise won’t prepare you for performing at altitudes, but increasing your respiratory muscle strength certainly has benefits for your performance.
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Journal EntryPredicting acute mountain sickness
Scientists suggest how likely you are to experience altitude sickness while at elevation.
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Journal EntryRisks of activity at altitude
Altitude affects what your body needs and how it responds, especially when it comes to exercise.
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File PDF documentAltitude Acclimatization and Illness Management
A September 2010 U.S. Army Technical Bulletin (TB 505) related to hypobaric hypoxia, an environmental stress resulting from ascent to progressively higher terrestrial elevation or altitude.
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