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The eastern bloodsucking conenose, Triatoma sanguisuga, feeds on animals and humans and has a habit of biting humans in the face. There are actually 11 different naturally occurring species of kissing bug in th... More

GI Issues

GI Issues

U.S. Army Public Health Center experts recommend staying well hydrated before and during the run and consider getting up earlier than usual to give the GI tract time to "wake up" before the race. For those in r... More

K5 testing at Army Public Health Center

K5 testing at Army Public Health Center

Megan Amadeo, Army Wellness Center project officer, Army Public Health Center, assists Headquarters and Headquarters Company commander, Army Public Health Center, with putting on the new K5 metabolic testing u... More

U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and

U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and

U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and Headquarters Company commander, Army Public Health Center, runs with the new K5 metabolic testing unit May 9, 2019, as part of his training to compete in the ... More

Army Ten-Miler training

Army Ten-Miler training

U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and Headquarters Company commander, Army Public Health Center, gets in a distance run May 23, 2019, as part of his training for the October 2019 Army Ten-miler. A... More

Community Resource Guide Illustration

Community Resource Guide Illustration

The Community Resource Guide digitally connects service members and Families to available resources based on their identified need. By linking the Housing Environmental Health Response Registry to the CRG, Army... More

Sleep banking improves stamina

Sleep banking improves stamina

Sleep banking leading up to the Army Ten-Miler may help runners improve their stamina, gain extra energy, and increase their focus. (U.S. Army Public Health Center photo illustration by Graham Snodgrass)

Public health experts recommend drinking water or fluids

Public health experts recommend drinking water or fluids

Public health experts recommend drinking water or fluids every 20 minutes when running in the heat. (U.S. Army Public Health Center photo illustration by Graham Snodgrass)

Dr. Boris D. Lushniak, dean and professor, school of

Dr. Boris D. Lushniak, dean and professor, school of

Dr. Boris D. Lushniak, dean and professor, school of public health, University of Maryland, offers a dynamic discussion of infectious disease disasters during a plenary session of the fourth annual Army Public ... More

Lead Poisoning Prevention Poster

Lead Poisoning Prevention Poster

Soldiers can carry lead dust home from the firing range. This poster offers some simple tips from reducing and preventing contamination and keeping a Soldier's family safe.

Don’t Take Oral Health for Granted!

Don’t Take Oral Health for Granted!

Lt. Col. Michael Villacarlos provides dental advice to Spec. Jordan Bouie at the Aberdeen Proving Ground North Dental Clinic at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, Jan. 16, 2020. Annual dental exams help to keep... More

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Benedict, an Army Public Health

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Benedict, an Army Public Health

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Benedict, an Army Public Health Center physical therapist who specializes in injury prevention, leads some APHC Soldiers in push-ups Jan. 31, 2020, at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Marylan... More

Starting conversation about race

Starting conversation about race

Army Public Health Center employees participate in a team meeting March 2, 2020 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. Conversations about race require participants to listen with an open heart and mind, meet pe... More

COVID-19 Information Hotline

COVID-19 Information Hotline

The Army Medical Command’s COVID-19 hotline will provide access to trusted resources and respond to questions.

Health Protection Conditions

Health Protection Conditions

Military community members can use the Health Protection Condition levels outlined in the APHC poster to identify specific actions they can take in response to the COVID-19 health threat. (Graphic Illustration ... More

COVID-19 Information Hotline

COVID-19 Information Hotline

The Army Medical Command’s COVID-19 hotline will provide access to trusted resources and respond to questions.

Family Workout

Family Workout

Army Public Health Center experts recommend maintaining physical fitness levels while working from home as a strategy for maintaining good general health and managing stress. (U.S. Army Public Health Center pho... More

Community Resource Guide offers helpful resources for families dealing with COVID-19 isolation

Community Resource Guide offers helpful resources for families dealing...

Parents and guardians should know that comforting children and teens during a pandemic such as COVID-19 is essential. The Army Community Resource Guide provides lists of community services available at installa... More

Army veterinarians create COVID-19 pet FAQ

Army veterinarians create COVID-19 pet FAQ

The Army Public Health Center has updated its COVID-19 website with a number of pet-related COVID-19 frequently asked questions. Army veterinarians say it is important to stay tuned to reputable sources when na... More

Army to implement T21 policies for tobacco sales beginning in August

Army to implement T21 policies for tobacco sales beginning in August

The Department of Defense is raising the minimum age for all tobacco sales to 21 years of age beginning Aug. 1. Tobacco use is the number one cause of preventable disease, disability and death in the United Sta... More

Deer Tick

Deer Tick

A highly magnified ventral shot of a female Ixodes scapularis tick, otherwise known as the Deer Tick, a primary vector for Lyme Disease. The U.S. Army Public Health Center offers free identification and analysi... More

Controlling moisture is key factor in reducing mold risk

Controlling moisture is key factor in reducing mold risk

Army Public Health Center industrial hygiene experts say controlling moisture is a key factor in reducing mold risk. It is important to find the source of any leak or water damage and to make repairs immediatel... More

Kids can exercise their creativity when coming up with

Kids can exercise their creativity when coming up with

Kids can exercise their creativity when coming up with themes or decorations for your staycation. (U.S. Army Public Health Center photo illustration by Graham Snodgrass).

Tips for keeping a healthy home

Tips for keeping a healthy home

A great resource during PCS season is this Army Public Health Center flyer with eight tips on keeping a healthy home. (U.S. Army Public Health Center graphic illustration by Graham Snodgrass).

Summer Home Safety

Summer Home Safety

The Army Public Health Center encourages everyone to follow a few critical summer safety tips around their home as they soak up the sun, enjoy the outdoors, cool off in the pool and master their grilling techni... More

Public Health experts offer tips to defeat shelter fatigue

Public Health experts offer tips to defeat shelter fatigue

Health experts with the Army Public Health Center and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research say there are things everyone can do to help lower stress and reduce “shelter fatigue” in the ongoing battle against ... More

Army public health experts offer tips for defeating shelter fatigue

Army public health experts offer tips for defeating shelter fatigue

Health experts with the Army Public Health Center and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research say there are things everyone can do to help lower stress and reduce “shelter fatigue” in the ongoing battle against ... More

Shane Popelka, an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and

Shane Popelka, an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and

Shane Popelka, an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education fellow with the Army Public Health Center Molecular Biology Method Development Section, prepares plates for an RNA extraction Sept. 2, 2020, at AP... More

Army One Health Week events expand to virtual formats across globe

Army One Health Week events expand to virtual formats across globe

One Health Week promotes efforts to connect human, animal and environmental health. (U.S. Army Public Health Center graphic illustration by Graham Snodgrass).

Army Public Health Center experts recommend support, empathy for ‘long-haul’ COVID-19 patients

Army Public Health Center experts recommend support, empathy for ‘long...

Long-haul COVID-19 is an emerging threat facing about 10 percent of individuals who have had coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19. Army Public Health Center experts say COVID-19 can result in prolonged illness... More

Maj. Gen. Telita Crosland, Army deputy surgeon general

Maj. Gen. Telita Crosland, Army deputy surgeon general

Maj. Gen. Telita Crosland, Army deputy surgeon general and Army Medical Command deputy commanding general for operations, addressed a small group of friends, family, colleagues and a virtual audience gathered t... More

Sgt. Latisha Barrett, a behavior health specialist

Sgt. Latisha Barrett, a behavior health specialist

Sgt. Latisha Barrett, a behavior health specialist with Kirk Army Health Clinic at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, prepares to administer the COVID-19 vaccine shot to Spec. Mia Sapone, a communications speci... More

Getting optimal sleep is key to optimal Soldier performance

Getting optimal sleep is key to optimal Soldier performance

Getting optimal sleep is key to optimal Soldier performance and a ready and resilient Total Force. Just one sleepless night (less than 4 hours) can impair performance as much as a 0.10 percent blood-alcohol lev... More

U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and

U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and

U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and Headquarters Company commander, Army Public Health Center, runs with the new K5 metabolic testing unit May 9, 2019 as part of his training to compete in the A... More

Maj. Gen. Telita Crosland, deputy commanding general

Maj. Gen. Telita Crosland, deputy commanding general

Maj. Gen. Telita Crosland, deputy commanding general for operations at the U.S. Army Medical Command, addresses Department of Defense public health professionals during the plenary session of the fourth annual ... More

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Benedict, an Army Public Health

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Benedict, an Army Public Health

U.S. Army Maj. Timothy Benedict, an Army Public Health Center physical therapist who specializes in injury prevention, advises some APHC Soldiers Jan. 31, 2020, at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, recreat... More

Use a backyard picnic to enjoy some “local” cuisine

Use a backyard picnic to enjoy some “local” cuisine

Use a backyard picnic to enjoy some “local” cuisine from your chosen staycation destination. Army Public Health Center expert says learning about a country's food, culture and people can be a fun way to "trave... More

Loretta Bowman, an Oak Ridge Institute for Science

Loretta Bowman, an Oak Ridge Institute for Science

Loretta Bowman, an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education fellow with the Army Public Health Center Molecular Biology Method Development Section, loads sterile plasticware on the RNA extraction instrumen... More

John Resta, Army deputy chief of staff for Public Health

John Resta, Army deputy chief of staff for Public Health

John Resta, Army deputy chief of staff for Public Health and the director of the Army Public Health Center, addresses friends, family and colleagues during his retirement ceremony Dec. 11 at the Aberdeen Provin... More

Lt. Col. Anterrio Gainwell, Countering Weapons of Mass

Lt. Col. Anterrio Gainwell, Countering Weapons of Mass

Lt. Col. Anterrio Gainwell, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Team chief for the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives command, displays his motivation for getting the COVID-19 vacci... More

This infographic, developed by the Army Public Health

This infographic, developed by the Army Public Health

This infographic, developed by the Army Public Health Center COVID-19 Task Force and the APHC Visual Information team, depicts the steps involved in a pooled surveillance testing strategy. APHC is helping the A... More

The Army’s Performance Triad program of sleep, activity

The Army’s Performance Triad program of sleep, activity

The Army’s Performance Triad program of sleep, activity and nutrition can play a crucial role in helping leaders improve their Soldier’s health. Mixing the types and intensity of exercises to keep muscles chall... More