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Information, training, and self-care tools and tips for Soldiers and their families, Unit leaders, and health professionals that help promote health and wellness. Focus areas include active living, alcohol and substance abuse, behavioral health, child health, women’s health, men’s health, nutrition and diet, oral health, sexual health, and tobacco cessation, as well as specific pages for health education services and wellness tips.

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Active Living
Active Living

Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health.

Behavioral Health
Behavioral Health

​Information on behavioral health topics that impact health and readiness.

Health Promotion and Education
Health Promotion and Education

Descriptions and updates on community resources, training and continuing education for health promotion coordinators and healthcare and fitness professionals involved in health promotion.

Men
Men's Health

Information related to issues of men's health.

Oral Fitness
Oral Fitness

Oral fitness is essential for unit readiness. The best way to maintain oral fitness is to prevent dental disease from developing in the first place.

Sexual Health
Sexual Health

Protect yourself and others by not transmitting sexual transmitted infections (which are more common than you think) and preventing unintended pregnancy/paternity.

Sleep
Sleep

Explanation of how sleep is integral to good health, readiness and resiliency as part of the Performance Triad.

Tobacco-Free Living & Vaping
Tobacco-Free Living & Vaping

Tobacco-free living benefits soldiers by giving them an opportunity to maintain a healthier lifestyle, decrease the health risks associated with tobacco use, and make them better able to perform their mission.