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According to the Air Force, many mishaps have cited fatigue as a contributing factor. Getting a better night’s sleep is not only important to be alert during the work day, but also for avoiding health risks. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kristoffer Kaubisch) Sleep for better health
A National Sleep Foundation survey reports more than 60 percent of Americans suffer from poor quality of sleep.
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2018
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Suicide Prevention Month 2016 “Be There” to help prevent suicide
My name is Capt. Alexis Fletes, a psychologist at the 96th Medical Group, and the new Suicide Prevention Program manager.September is Suicide Prevention Month.  We usually hear about suicide prevention from the required mandatory annual training we attend.  This is such an important topic and it affects each and every one of us.My goal is to
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2016
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