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Health & Wellness December 5, 2019

Taking Charge of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Maggie K., Senior Editor

  Seasonal affective disorder is no myth – the cold, dark and gloomy fall and winter months lead many people to develop symptoms of depression that even the joyful holiday season can’t help. Inform your community or patients about the r...

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Health & Wellness December 3, 2019

End the Stigma: Common Questions and Answers About HIV and AIDS

Clarissa S., Editor

World AIDS Day is observed on December 1 every year. It is an opportunity to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS, and to improve education on the HIV epidemic worldwide. HIV and AIDS affect the lives of millions of people around the world, yet they ar...

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Health & Wellness, Home Life November 26, 2019

Thanksgiving Food Safety: How to Prepare and Store Your Turkey

Clarissa S., Editor

There is nothing better than gathering around the dining room table with your whole family to enjoy a delicious turkey dinner on Thanksgiving. It is a time-honored American tradition that the entire Nation looks forward to participating in every y...

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Military Life November 21, 2019

Suicide Prevention for Veterans: Myths, Facts and Protective Factors

Clarissa S., Editor

Suicide prevention among Veterans is important, as Service members and Veterans are at a higher risk for suicide because of the trauma and stress they experience. To help support the Veterans in your community, read the following myths and facts a...

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Military Life November 19, 2019

Be Money Smart: A Resource App for Service Members

Krystina C., Editor

Service members have a lot of financial information to learn and retain, from balancing a budget to getting out of debt. Free readiness information and courses are available to all on each installation. But, are Service members getting the most ou...

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Military Life November 14, 2019

How to Communicate with Millennial Service Members

Krystina C., Editor

Millennials are the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, and more are entering each year. As businesses change the way they connect and communicate with this generation, so must the military. How to Communicate with Millennial Service Memb...

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Education November 12, 2019

Untapped Potential: Why Your Campus Needs a Mobile App

Amanda S., Editor

There's pretty much a mobile app for everything these days. From fitness to news and parking to food, there's really no topic left untouched. When it comes to schools, it's a slippery slope. Apps can provide endless opportunities for learning and ...

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Security & Preparedness November 7, 2019

Mass Attacks: Warning Signs to Watch For

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Mass attacks have changed how Americans live. Public places that were once safe are now potentially dangerous spaces. From shopping malls to workplaces, Americans can no longer step into a crowded area without nervously suppressing the thought of ...

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Military Life November 5, 2019

10 Tips to Help Veterans Fight the Flu at Home

Erika S., Editor in Chief

If your family member gets the flu, there are things you can do to help him or her fight the flu and feel better. These tips can also help keep others in the family from getting the flu. Fight the Flu 101 1. First, your Veteran needs to stay hom...

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Health & Wellness, Military Life October 30, 2019

Simple Self-Care Strategies for Caregiver Success

Erika S., Editor in Chief

Being a caregiver may be one of the most important roles you will ever take on in your life.  It is not an easy role, and most of us are never prepared for it. Take the steps to make sure you and your care recipient are both living the best lives ...

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