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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meQuestions about C4 Extreme?
Will C4 Extreme cause you to “pop positive” on a drug test? Read the OPSS FAQ to find out the answer.
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Journal EntryGreen coffee beans—health or hype?
Weight-loss supplements with green coffee beans have been popular lately, but some products have more in them than just coffee beans. Get the facts about ingredients and always read product labels carefully.
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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 EntryWhat’s the story with deer velvet and IGF-1?
Questions about deer velvet and IGF-1? Are they banned in the military? Read the OPSS FAQs to find out.
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Journal EntryHealthy hearing habits for your children
Everyday noise pollution may not seem as bad as what Warfighters face, but children need to protect their hearing too. Help yours develop good hearing habits early, and they’ll be better prepared for whatever they face later in life.<br /><br />
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Journal EntryAnnouncing the 2013 Strong B.A.N.D.S. campaign
The Army’s yearly Strong B.A.N.D.S campaign, set to run in May, focuses on providing education and activities that support “Balance, Activity, Nutrition, Determination, and Strength.”
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Journal EntryHere's how you shouldn't "spice" up your career!
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Journal EntryIt’s time to get off the SoFAS!
Foods containing SoFAS (Solid Fats and Added Sugars) are often high in calories but don’t provide many important nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, or fiber. Eating too many SoFAS increases your risk of disease.
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Journal Entry ODS spreadsheetFDA to examine adding caffeine to foods
The FDA is investigating the recent trend of caffeine added to many food products and its possible effect on children and adolescents.
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Journal EntryThe results are in: 2011 Health Related Behaviors Survey
The results from the 2011 DoD Health Related Behaviors Survey show that active duty service members excel in many areas with regard to their health, but there is still room for improvement.
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