June is PTSD Awareness Month, and a great time to brush up on your knowledge of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Do you know how to recognize signs and symptoms of PTSD?
The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has named April 27, 2019, this season’s semi-annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
The Department of Defense has kicked off its 15th annual observance of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) with the ongoing theme, "Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission." This theme emphasizes everyone, regardless of rank, can protect our mission by making sure everyone is committed to creating an environment where sexist behaviors, sexual harassment, hazing, bullying, and sexual assault are not tolerated, condoned, or ignored.
You’ve probably heard that tobacco is harmful to your health, but have you heard that tobacco can affect your capabilities as a Marine?
Could you quit tobacco for 24 hours? That’s all it takes to start feeling the benefits of being tobacco free.
The Operation Tobacco-Free Marine Tobacco Cessation Program was developed to provide the Marine Corps community with the first of its kind, evidence-based tools to help tobacco users quit successfully.
With vapes, e-cigarettes, and e-hookahs growing in popularity, there are some things you should know about these electronic nicotine delivery systems.
The first step in quitting tobacco is thinking about quitting and every attempt to quit is a step in the right direction. You don't have to do it without support - there are many resources available, to help you along your journey to becoming tobacco-free.
When you entered bootcamp you were tobacco-free. Do you remember what led you to start using tobacco regularly?
Did you know that a pack a day smoker spends nearly $50 a week on cigarettes? That’s over $2200 a year on cigarettes alone.