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Journal EntryAcupuncture in military medicine is a growing phenomenon
The December 2011 issue of Medical Acupuncture features a number of free, peer-reviewed articles detailing the use of acupuncture in the military.
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Journal EntrySmartphone apps to help with stress and relaxation
The National Center for Telehealth and Technology offers expanded mobile apps to help users control stress and monitor PTSD symptoms from their smartphones.
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Journal EntryDMAA-containing products in question
HPRC offers a list of products containing DMAA to help you make informed decisions in buying dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programDepartment of Defense removes DMAA-containing dietary supplements from exchanges
DMAA-containing dietary supplements at military exchanges have been temporarily removed from shelves.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programMarines address boot camp injuries
Reducing injuries during boot camp is a priority for the Marine Corps; athletic trainers keep watch over recruits to ensure the 13-week training is as injury-free as possible.
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Journal EntryFuture Trends: DARPA looking to develop “performance underwear” for warriors
DARPA researchers envision a future of soldier technology that will improve Warfighter effectiveness by employing high-tech underwear.
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Journal EntryHPRC’s Director at the Pentagon on 9/11
The events of 9/11 changed many lives. HPRC’s own Director was on the spot at the Pentagon that day.
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Journal Entry Troff documentSummertime heat poses risk for soldiers' PT
This summer has produced an exceptional amount of record heat across the U.S. This has impacted the Army’s PT with two incidences of soldier death and several cases of heat-related illness.
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Journal EntryHow extreme heat conditions affect the body
Extreme heat poses a high risk and can impair the body's ability to regulate core temperatures that can lead to a variety of heat-related illnesses such as dehydration and heat stroke.
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Journal EntryPounding the pavement or soft trails—which running surface is better?
Some experts think that soft-surface running is harder on the body than running on pavement.<br /><br /><br />
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