RegenESlim Appetite Control Capsules voluntarily recalled due to the presence of DMAA.

FDA warns consumers about caffeine powder. 

FDA advises consumers to stop using any supplement products labeled as OxyElite Pro or VERSA-1. Please see the following advisories: FDA -10/08/13, FDA - 10/11/13 and CDC - 10/08/13.

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New article on reporting side effects of supplements
Just published in The New England Journal of Medicine: A recent article brings up dietary supplement issues you need to be aware of and discusses how dietary supplement side effects could be monitored better. A PDF of the April 3rd article is available free online.

3rd International Congress on Soldiers’ Physical Performance
August 18-21, 2014
The ICSPP delivers innovative scientific programming on soldiers’ physical performance with experts from around the world.

DMAA list updated for April 2014

Fueling Performance Photo Campaign
Share photos of how you fuel your performance and be featured on our Facebook page!

Dietary supplement module
Earn continuing education credits (if eligible) for this two-hour online module.

Operation LiveWell

Performance Triad


HPRC's human performance optimization (HPO) website is for U.S. Warfighters, their families, and those in the field of HPO who support them. The goal is Total Force Fitness: Warfighters optimized to carry out their mission as safely and effectively as possible.

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Mental Health Concerns

Psychological health conditions can be common in service members who have been deployed to hostile areas. Supporting your family member who is dealing with psychological health issues is crucial.

Soldier Combat Stress Reaction: A pocket guide for spouse and loved ones
The U.S. Army created this brochure on how Warfighters react to combat stress and what spouses and loved ones should know, including descriptions of common reactions and how to know when normal reactions become problematic. It also suggests where to find more information and help.
Family Coping and Resiliency: Suicide Prevention Training Tip Card
This training tip card describes warning signs of potential trouble and things you can do to take action and help. It describes “resilient coping strategies” for adults, teens, and children.
ACE Suicide Intervention
This pocket-size card from the U.S. Army Public Health Command briefly describes an Ask, Care, Escort (ACE) plan for suicide prevention. The card has detailed steps to help your at-risk family member.
What Parents Can Do
The National Institute of Mental Health created this booklet to help parents cope with children and adolescents who have been exposed to violence and disasters. It describes how to help how to help children who have been through traumatic situations, with strategies for children of different ages.