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Separating fact from fiction online

HPRC Fitness Arena: Nutrition, Total Force Fitness
Filed under: Education, Nutrition
There are thousands of websites that report on nutrition topics, tips, and trends. Which ones are questionable, and how do you spot the reputable sources?

How do you tell the good from the bad online? The Internet can be a great resource when you want to learn about a health condition or nutrition topic. But some websites provide nutrition-related information backed by sound research, while others base their information on myths and half-truths. HPRC offers some tips on what to avoid and what to look for instead to help you find accurate health and nutrition information on the Internet. Read more here

Heroes on and off the field

Play ball! Washington Nationals Wounded Warrior softball player was named MVP of the 2012 Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game.

The Most Valuable Player of the 2012 Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game title was given to Matt Kinsey, an infielder for the Washington Nationals Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST). Kinsey represented the Nationals by being the starting first baseman for the National League team. He went three for three and added a homerun to help the NL destroy the American League 21-8.

His WWAST teammate also participated: Saul Bosquez was the team’s starting shortstop and also went three for three. The young men had the opportunity to be teammates with MLB Hall of Famers and celebrities from TV, movies, sports, and music.

Check out the photos from this star-studded event!

Dietary supplement module for continuing education credits

HPRC Fitness Arena: Dietary Supplements
Earn continuing education credits—or just learn more—from this two-hour educational module designed for military healthcare providers.

A web-based dietary supplement education module is available for military healthcare providers to provide valuable information about identifying and reporting adverse events, how to take a comprehensive supplement history from patients, and where to get evidence-based resources on evaluating dietary supplement literature. This two-hour module is available from HPRC’s website, and continuing education credits are available for those who are eligible.

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