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Journal EntryHerbs at a glance
Visit the website of the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine for information on many of the herbs used as and in dietary supplements.
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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 EntryInjury Prevention Part 3 – The Rotator Cuff
Injuries to the shoulder are common among military personnel—take steps to keep yours injury-free.
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Journal EntryInjury Prevention Part 4 – The Back
Back pain is common among military personnel. Follow these tips to maintain a healthy back and stay at the top of your game.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsInjury prevention Part 6 – Hands and wrists
Even if you haven’t experienced carpal tunnel syndrome, you’ve probably heard of it. For more about this condition and ways to keep your hands and wrists pain-free, read on.
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Journal EntryIntroducing OPSS: Operation Supplement Safety
Watch for new educational materials about how to determine if a dietary supplement is relatively safe or not.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programIntroducing the injury prevention series
You’ve worked hard to get to the level of fitness you’re at. If you want to stay there, here’s the best tip we have: Decrease your risk of injury!
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Journal EntryIs there a list of dietary supplements/substances banned by the military?
There is no banned dietary supplement list in the military, but you can learn how to make informed decisions about dietary supplement use.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-ceriusKeep fit to reduce your risk of breast cancer
Exercise is beneficial for women in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer. A new study finds that it’s never too late to start exercising to reduce your risk.
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Journal Entry D source codeKeep your eyes on the road
Distracted driving is dangerous. Check out this resource dedicated to minimizing distractions and increasing your focus on the road.
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