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Journal Entry“Infographic” on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from Military Pathways
This colorful sheet engages readers in learning about key statistics and tips on getting help for PTSD.
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Journal EntryA New Eating Guide: MyPlate
The USDA has a new symbol for good nutrition, emphasizing higher proportions of fruits and vegetables.
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Journal EntryBuy the right running shoe
Some tips from MedicineNet to help you find the right running shoe.
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Journal EntryCheck out "Life’s Simple 7"™
An online resource by the American Heart Association lists steps that are crucial to our health.
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Journal EntryChildhood obesity
Obesity has become a major problem among children that leads to other serious health risks.
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Journal EntryConfused about supplements?
Wandering down the aisle of a store looking for a dietary supplement can be overwhelming and intimidating. The Natural Medicines Database can help.
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Journal EntryEvaluate internet health information carefully
Can you trust the information you find online?
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programFighting Weight Strategies
The new “Fighting Weight Strategies” page of the HPRC website has joint and service-specific programs for weight maintenance.
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Journal EntryFitness 2.0: Can social media help you get fit?
More and more apps are supporting the goals of getting health and staying fit. Join them!
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Journal Entry Troff documentFruits & Vegetables are important
Add these resources to your arsenal of healthy-eating tools to help you get more fruits and vegetables in your diet.
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