The U.S. military is devising major reductions in its medical corps, unnerving the system’s advocates who fear the cuts will hobble the armed forces’ ability to adequately care for health problems of military personnel at home and abroad. The move inside the military coincides with efforts by the Trump administration to privatize care for veterans. […]Continue Reading ...
The experience of war can leave emotional and physical scars on those who serve in the military – scars that are visible years, even decades after service. Military service-related Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are common in veterans, and researchers are trying to find out how these conditions play a […]Continue Reading ...
Aug 23 2018 Results from two U.S. pivotal trials featured in plenary session at U.S. Defense Department Military Health System Research Symposium AVITA Medical today announced that results from two U.S. pivotal clinical trials demonstrating the effectiveness and clinical benefits of the RECELL® Autologous Cell Harvesting Device were presented in the plenary session at the […]Continue Reading ...
May 17, 2018 When one considers the risks of military service, skin cancer may not be top of mind. According to research published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, however, U.S. military personnel are more likely to develop skin cancer than the general population. A review of nine published studies indicates that […]Continue Reading ...
March 20, 2018 A new paper published in Music Therapy Perspectives examines the importance of music therapy in military healthcare. There has been an increase in music therapy to treat combat-related injuries in recent years. With this growth in the use of the therapy, the researchers involved believe it’s important for practitioners to publish more […]Continue Reading ...
July 27, 2017 Does a prior suicide strive in a soldier’s unit build up the danger of extra suicide makes an attempt? In keeping with a find out about, “Possibility of Suicide Strive Related to Earlier Makes an attempt in One’s Military Unit,” revealed July 26, 2017 in JAMA Psychiatry, the solution is sure. The […]Continue Reading ...
More than four years after Navy Lt. Rebekah Daniel bled to death within hours of childbirth at a Washington state military hospital, her husband still doesn’t know exactly how — or why — it happened. Walter Daniel, a former Coast Guard officer, demanded explanations from officials at the Naval Hospital Bremerton, where his wife, known […]Continue Reading ...
FRIDAY, Aug. 10, 2018 — The American College of Surgeons (ACS) hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill to discuss the successes and challenges of combat casualty care in Iraq and Afghanistan by the U.S. military, and how an integrated military-civilian trauma system can help save the lives of both soldiers and civilians. Noting that the […]Continue Reading ...
An interview with Keith Carron, conducted by Stuart Milne, BA, and James Ives, BSc. Safety is the primary concern for first responders and military personnel when they arrive at a scene with unknown, potentially hazardous materials. Keith Carron, CEO CEO/General Manager of Metrohm Raman, talks shortly after the release of Metrohm’s new Mira DS handheld […]Continue Reading ...
July 27, 2017 Does a prior suicide strive in a soldier’s unit build up the chance of extra suicide makes an attempt? In line with a learn about, “Chance of Suicide Try Related to Earlier Makes an attempt in One’s Military Unit,” printed July 26, 2017 in JAMA Psychiatry, the solution is sure. The usage […]Continue Reading ...
Listed below are one of the vital newest well being and scientific information tendencies, compiled through the editors of HealthDay: U.S. Military Bans E-Cigarettes Digital cigarettes were banned on U.S. Military ships, submarines, airplane, boats, craft and heavy apparatus after various incidents. The worry facilities across the chance of explosion or fireplace from lithium-ion batteries […]Continue Reading ...
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