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This month we will focus on the health of the more than 2 million military children in the United States and overseas. We will recognize the important role military children play in helping our service members achieve their mission by contributing to the strength of the military family. Specifically, we will look at the various programs the MHS has to improve the health and fitness of military children.
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Starting January 1, 2018, there may be changes to your TRICARE benefits. Visit www.tricare.mil/changes for more information.

TRICARE Urgent Care Pilot Program

Are you enrolled in TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Prime Remote or TRICARE Young Adult-Prime in the United States?
If so, you may be able to participate in the new Urgent Care Pilot Program.





April Showers Bring May Flowers….

 ….And so much more! This month is dedicated to the observance of several important health and wellness issues to include Military Children’s Health Month, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and Alcohol Abuse.


Military children are a vital part of the military family; we recognize the important role they play in helping our service members achieve their mission by contributing to the strength of the military family. The Military Health System is focused on preventative care for our warriors and their families, by encouraging healthy lifestyles. Investing in the health of military children ensures a strong, future force and helps service member parents complete their mission.


Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects between 25 and 45 million people in the United States; about 66% of those with IBS are females. Although IBS may be an uncomfortable conversation to have with your provider you should never ignore the signs of constant gas, bloating, diarrhea, cramping, and pain. The good news is you don’t have to suffer. Talk to your primary care doctor to learn how you can ease the uncomfortable symptoms.


According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, medical expenses related to alcohol use by military personnel average nearly $425 million per year. Additionally, nearly 90,000 people die every year from alcohol- related deaths. The overuse of alcoholic beverages can increase the risk of injury, drowning, violence, liver disease, and some cancers. This April, make the conscious effort to become aware of how alcohol is affecting your life and the lives of the people you love. Talk to your primary care provider if you think you might need help.


“Committed to caring… always”
COL Thomas J. Rogers
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