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  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, during which the annual campaign to raise awareness of risks, treatment, screening and the value of early detection takes place.
  • Marine comes to Hill to pursue his Paralympic Archery dream

    Hill recently hosted a Paralympic Archery Training Camp and one athlete came with hopes of improving his archery skills and a dream to someday become part of the U.S. Paralympic Archery Team and the 2020 Paralympic games in Tokyo, Japan.
  • VIDEO: Gold Star Mother's Day, Terry Chapman

    Sept. 30 is celebrated as Gold Star Mother's Day, a day to honor mother's who have lost a son or daughter in the armed forces. Terry Chapman, the mother of Medal of Honor recipient, Tech. Sgt. John Chapman, took time to talk about her son's life and what it means to be a Gold Star Mother.
  • Phase 1 of DHA transition set to begin

    The Defense Health Agency will assume responsibility for the administration and management of healthcare at all military medical treatment facilities through a phased approached starting Oct. 1, 2018.
  • Beware of phishing attempts in guise of disaster aid requests, officials urge

    As the North and South Carolina coasts recover from damage caused by Hurricane Florence, local and national relief organizations will be soliciting donations from the public to help rebuild. Unfortunately, with an increase in legitimate solicitations come attempts by nefarious individuals and groups asking for money.
  • Battlefield acupuncture providers combine innovation with tradition

    Since 2015, providers with the 59th Medical Wing at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland have offered battlefield acupuncture treatments to patients for pain management.
  • Robins clinical psychologist shares how CAF, Wingmanship help prevent suicide

    So often, suicide leaves friends and family in its aftermath wondering what they could have done to prevent their loved one’s death.Did something happen to cause the person to choose suicide?Capt. John Terry, a clinical psychologist and Installation Suicide Prevention Program manager at Robins, said suicides are caused by multiple factors and are
  • TRICARE announces temporary suspension of physician referrals for beneficiaries in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia affected by Hurricane Florence

    The Defense Health Agency announced TRICARE beneficiaries under mandatory evacuation orders in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia may see a provider in any location without a referral from their primary care provider due to the impact of Hurricane Florence. The waiver applies to beneficiaries in approximately 40 counties where state governors have ordered evacuations as Florence approaches.
  • A Day That Resonates

     By looking at him you wouldn’t know it, but Tech Sgt. Trevor Brewer, a flight chief with the 72nd Security Forces Squadron at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, has deep scars from a day seven years ago that took the lives of two fellow Airmen, and severely wounded two others. His wounds are invisible. He has post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Air Force's first Invisible Wounds Center opens

    The 96th Medical Group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the Air Force’s first Invisible Wounds Center Aug. 30.
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