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Military Kids Talk About What Makes Them Military Kid Strong

April is the Month of the Military Child, a time to recognize and show appreciation for the 1.8 million U.S. military-connected children. Here at the Military Kids Connect program, we have been celebrating all month long—asking military kids to share their stories of strength and resilience, and tell us how they are “Military Kid Strong”.

Here are some of the responses we’ve received:

Food for Thought... About Nutrition, Performance, Resiliency and Recovery

Eating nutritious foods is good for us physically. But can nutrition affect our psychological health? Can what a person eats affect their mood? The military is actually very interested in nutrition—in fact, the topic is one of the Military Health System’s themes for March. Good nutrition can maximize a service member’s level of performance, improve their resiliency and play a role in medical recovery—and keeping their families healthy supports them as well.

Benefit Your Patients‒Add Mobile Tools to Your Practice

In a previous Mobile Health blog, T2’s usability expert Jenn June described how both civilian and military health providers are beginning to embrace mobile technologies to deliver evidence-based psychological health treatment. However, adoption rates remain slow, despite patient requests.

Techniques Used With Dolphins Can Improve Your Health

It’s the end of January—have you already given up on your New Year’s resolution? If your goal was health-related, that could mean missing out on some potentially life-changing benefits. Change is hard, but techniques used to successfully train dolphins might help you take another pass at that resolution. So, whether you want to learn how to perform synchronized backflips or just lose a few pounds, here are some tips.

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