U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart recently added a new weapon to its arsenal in the fight against the COVID-19 virus
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Testing for Legionella bacteria in the Stuttgart community has mostly finished, with 12 out of 131 samples set to be retaken.
Currently one in 20 Soldiers fails the Army Physical Fitness Test annually and 13 percent of Soldiers are clinically obese,
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart offers following services, available to all U.S. ID cardholders to help you meet your New Year’s resolutions and goals, all year long:
Patch Library hosted a free self-defense class, July 23 as part of the summer reading program.
There are a lot of common misconceptions about PTSD, which is very complex. About 7-8% of the U.S. population will have PTSD at some point in their lives.
7.5 mile and 5k Color Run in the same day on Panzer Kaserne.
Students grades 10-12 traveled March 2-4 to the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine Scienteens Lab at Luxembourg Belval University.
The sole source of fresh beef and pork for commissaries throughout 11 NATO countries.
The Stuttgart Army Health Clinic uses HEDIS to measure overall health-care performance.
Safe food and drinking water with Army Public Health Command Europe’s food inspection program.
National Nutrition Month is recognized annually in March.
Stay Healthy! Here are 30 helpful tips on how to do so by Stuttgart High School career practicum student.
News that is music to many ears.
Army Public Health Nurse offers Stages of Labor at Boeblingen Hospital