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A new website from the Army National Guard’s Health Promotion Program, Guard Your Health, supports readiness and overall health of soldiers and their families through articles, tools, health tips, expert commentary, and community forums on a variety of health areas. You can expect to find information on health topics such as nutrition, exercise, stress, sleep, dental health, sexual health, and family resilience.
Social media is great for staying connected with your friends and family, but you can also use it to your performance advantage by keeping up with information from reputable sources. HPRC’s social media and four others are reliable sources for great health and total fitness information for Warfighters, military families, and civilians. They also allow you to voice your opinion, ask a question, and interact directly with organizations. But remember: Just because it’s on the Internet doesn’t make it true. To get answers that are evidence-based, start here:
Posts evidence-based information on all components of human performance optimization
Operation Supplement Safety [Facebook]
Posts and answers questions on dietary supplements and how to use them wisely
Provides educational and inspirational messages around psychological health and resilience
Provides comprehensive military health and wellness information
Shares articles, blogs, and photos about military family life and wellness
Visit the MHS Social Media Directory for more great organizations you can follow.