The CDC, Military Health System and the Army Public Health Center are closely monitoring developments around the recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
If you think about it, smoking has likely affected your life, whether you smoke or know someone who does.
The Stuttgart Army Wellness Center offers classes such as upping metabolism, quick and healthy meals, sleeping habits and more.
The FDA recommended a nationwide voluntary recall of Ranitidine (Zantac) for several prescription-strength and over-the-counter ranitidine products.
Until a cause is determined, service members and their family members are encouraged to avoid all e-cigarette or vaping products.
Due to an increased prevalence of measles and mumps in Europe, Public Health Command Europe officials are recommending that military community members ensure their measles, mumps and rubella vaccines are up to date.
How does one prepare for and respond to extreme heat?
As summer approaches, your public health professionals at Public Health Command Europe would like to make everyone aware of a lesser known disease caused by hantavirus.
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.