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Anne Fabrizio has many titles, including doctor & military spouse. Here’s how she balances the demands of her surgical career and marriage to a Navy chief.
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How one military kid with pulmonary hypertension is now breathing easy.
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Advanced Cardiac Life Support. You’ve probably never heard of it, but one day it may just say your life.
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Recovering from a traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress isn’t easy but it’s not impossible as long as you take that first step.
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Doctors at Afghanistan’s Armed Forces Academy have come up with a new method to train Afghan troops how to save lives in combat.
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