A new registry enables the Army Public Health Center to provide current or former residents information on environmental health hazards, assist them in seeking medical care for any housing related illnesses or concerns, and serve as a two-way exchange of information for all potential enrollees.
From the newest Soldiers in basic training, to our most senior leaders, the Army Values bind us together as a profession.
As people spend more time outdoors, so do many insects and pests.
A nationwide shortage of EpiPens has prompted a change in policy concerning their administration.
An estimated 25% of pregnant women carry the Group B Streptococcus (GBS) bacteria.
These event recycling tips will help you keep cleaner and greener with ease by helping you reduce waste at the source.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the U.S. and the second leading cause of death from cancer.
To help you and your child adjust and get the sleep you both need set up a bedtime routine that helps prepare your bodies and minds for sleep.
Spring fever is in the air and as temperatures start to rise, we aren’t the only ones coming out of hibernation.
Colorectal cancer, of the colon or rectum, affects all racial and ethnic groups.
The community has been heard and Army Health Clinic Stuttgart is ranked above all other services for patient satisfaction in the Department of Defense’s Joint Outpatient Experience Survey (JOES) for the past 12 months with an overall result of 95.5 percent.
Experts agree that both children and parents can make it through deployments, as long as they have someone to walk beside them.
The Stuttgart Wellness Center provides health resources and education for achieving a healthy lifestyle to service members, family members, retirees, and DA civilians.
Stuttgart military community families with children of all ages were invited to Family Fitness Night at RB.
Safer ≠ safe when it comes to e-cigarettes, hookah and other vapor methods.