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Journal Entry backup fileSpring allergies? Or just a cold?
If you have a cold, you need to avoid infecting others. If you have allergies brought on by spring pollen, there are other things you can do to help.
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Journal EntryArmy app predicts altitude sickness
Learn how a new app can help leaders predict and plan around the likelihood of Soldiers experiencing acute mountain sickness.
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Journal Entry Troff documentBug off: Insect repellent and sweat
Performing in the heat is hard enough, but disease-transmitting insects such as ticks, mosquitoes, and fleas can be an added threat to an already challenging environment. It’s important to protect yourself from insect bites by using repellent, but will it affect your performance?
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Journal EntryHow does air pollution affect physical performance?
It is known that exposure to air pollutants during exercise may affect your health and performance, but what can you do about it?
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Journal EntryNoise pollution and hearing loss
Helicopter propellers, jet engines, explosions, moving vehicles, gunfire, and more—all sources of noise pollution that troops may experience in the line of duty—can affect your hearing.
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Journal EntryChill out and keep moving!
You don’t have to hibernate during the colder months. Exercising in the cold takes a little extra planning to stay safe and comfortable.
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Journal EntryAquaman to the rescue!
Scientists hope to turn military divers into real life “Aquamen” with new technology designed to help them avoid some of the dangers associated with diving.
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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meChronic Multisymptom Illness: Environment to blame?
Veterans of Middle East deployment are experiencing health complications that have led doctors and other health professionals to investigate possible environmental causes.
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Journal EntryUnmasking high-altitude training
Should you be using your Pro Mask for altitude training?
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Journal Entry text/texmacsOver-hydration: too much water hurts
Staying hydrated is essential, especially during physical exertion in the heat. But beware—too much water can be dangerous.
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