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A website is helping military kids dealing with transitions and deployments learn coping skills, and it’s helping parents recognize signs of psychological distress.
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While a lot of people look forward to the holidays, they can be stressful. Try some of these apps to help ease that stress.
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During a recent interview with DoD News, Navy Capt. (Dr.) Anthony Arita, Deployment Health Clinical Center director, discussed how mental health is critical to the mission.
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Air Force Col. Robert Swanson shares his story of surviving attempted suicide to let other struggling airmen know they are not alone.
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Marine Corps Sgt. Michael Pride, wounded during a tour in Afghanistan, continues to impact the service as coach to fellow Marines during the Marine Corps Trials.
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