I am Navy Medicine: Capt. Jonathan Haun

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My name is Jonathan Lee Haun. I am a captain in the Navy Dental Corps and a prosthodontist. I hail from Medford, a small town in southern Oregon. I was born in South Korea. At the age of 18 months, I was adopted by an American family. I grew up in the Oregon countryside where […]

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#240NavyBday: Navy Medicine Reserves Celebrate 100 Years of Readiness

NOSC Tampa and San Diego Sailors calibrate a ventilator at Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit, Kandahar Airfield June 25, 2015

By Capt. Patricia K. McCafferty, executive officer, Operation Health Support Unit For 100 years, Navy Medicine Reservists have supported Sailors and Marines.Today, the Navy Medicine Reserve supports the entire U.S. Navy as it celebrates 240 years of naval presence around the globe, around the clock. Trained and ready, Navy Medicine Reservists have been mobilized in […]

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Take Control: Suicide Awareness

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Dr. Kirsten Pollick, mental health department head, Naval Hospital Jacksonville In recognition of Suicide Awareness Month, it is imperative that we raise awareness of suicide, the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.—according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Suicide is a complex behavioral response to stress, illness, isolation and substance abuse. […]

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Stress Is Your Body’s Reaction to a Stimulus

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By Cmdr. John Brooks, M.D., Lovell Federal Health Care Center Stress is simply your body’s reaction to a stimulus and it is present in our everyday lives. The stimulus can be an event that is either good or bad; it can be real or perceived; and it can range in severity from mild to major […]

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Navy Chaplains: Partners in Care to Help Build Spiritual Resilience

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Editor’s Note: Blog was originally posted on NavyNavStress. It was contributed by Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center Health Promotion and Wellness Department, and the Navy Chief of Chaplains Office One conversation can save a life. As part of Navy’s effort to encourage Sailors and Marines to access psychological health and emotional well-being resources, the […]

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