Cancer awareness means more than just paying attention from the waist up


Cancer screenings

Listen to your body: Military doc emphasizes women's cancer awareness

Every October, breast cancer awareness gets plenty of attention: pink clothing worn by football players, commemoration walks and t-shirts with pink ribbons prominently displayed. It’s understandable as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports about a quarter million cases were diagnosed in a recent year. But a staff gynecologic oncologist with Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at Bethesda, Maryland, said there are many other cancers demanding women’s attention; cancers that require proper screenings and early detection to save lives. 


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A Day in the Life of a WTB Soldier

Brooke Army Medical Center’s Warrior Transition Battalion, in coordination with Warrior Transition Command, hosted a “Day in the Life of a WTB Soldier” at the WTB to better inform the public of all the services provided. 


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Energy drinks

Energy drinks: Different labels, same risks

Most energy drinks are now labeled with Nutrition Facts instead of Supplement Facts, but that doesn’t automatically make them safe.


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