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Quick Dermatology Tips

By Lt. Cmdr. Josephine Nguyen, MD, FAAD Department Head of Dermatology, Naval Hospital Bremerton From far reaches of the sea to extreme locales ashore, Sailors and Marines are constantly exposed to the elements on their wide-ranging jobs. From the sun and wind to salt-spray and sand, such conditions impact everyone and can cause unknown damage to anyone’s skin. I specialize …

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I AM NAVY MEDICINE

If you’ve ever wondered how to nominate someone or even provide YOUR name into the ‘I Am Navy Medicine’ roster – It’s as easy as 1-2-3.  Check out this flyer:

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I AM NAVY MEDICINE

A few words from a Navy Medicine doctor: Every day in Navy Medicine we enable readiness, wellness, and health care to Sailors, Marines, their families, and others worldwide. As a Navy Medical Officer and surgeon, I have traveled from my hometown of Brooklyn, New York to every corner of the world. After graduating from medical school, I joined the Navy …

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A Great Source for Healthy Produce

By Sally Vickers, MS, CHES, public health educator, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center, Patricia Booth, nurse educator, Naval Health Clinic New England and Bethany Sweatman, management analyst and Farmers Market Manager, Defense Logistics Agency Summer is here, and with it comes the bounty of the season: fresh, flavorful, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Enjoy the Season’s Bounty July …

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Heart Health: For the Young at Heart and the Young

By Air Force Capt. Bryant Webber, chief of  preventive medicine, Joint Base San Antonio, and Cmdr. Connie Scott, MSC, DH, Navy Dietetics Health Promotion and Wellness specialty leader, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center Think heart disease is something that won’t begin to affect you until later in life? Think again. Recent research has found that heart disease is …

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