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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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Journal EntryKnow the most common food allergens
Keep yourself safe from food allergies
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Journal EntryLyme disease: a “tick-ing” time bomb
If you plan on spending some time in the woods, whether it’s doing a PRT training run or taking a hike, consider taking some measure to protect against Lyme disease.
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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 EntryMask you a question?
Are you using your military Pro Mask correctly? Wearing your mask during exercise won’t prepare you for performing at altitudes, but increasing your respiratory muscle strength certainly has benefits for your performance.
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Journal Entry Troff documentMinimalist running shoes: Do they really prevent injuries?
Barefoot-style running and minimalist running shoes are growing in popularity, but some new research now shows there are risks.
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Journal EntryMore on Jack3d and OxyElite Pro
Jack3d and OxyElite Pro contain the ingredient DMAA, but recent findings do not support claims that it is a “natural” derivative from the geranium plant. It’s another story of “buyer beware.”
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Journal EntryNew cooking temperature for pork
The USDA recommendations for cooking various types of meet offer important and useful guidelines, including some changes from previous directions.
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