Listed here are the health topics provided
by the Army Public Health Center. You can also use the search window to locate health topics.
Health campaigns with subjects that span various disciplines are featured here.
Information pertinent to maintaining and improving environmental health on installations and in deployment locations.
Information on diseases and conditions of medical importance to the Army population.
Information on how to prepare for and respond to public health emergencie.
Information to protect service members from the health threat posed by vector-borne disease and medically important pests and to minimize the adverse effects of pesticides.
Information regarding food and drinking water safety and defense for the U.S. Army and other DoD customers.
Information on the status, trends, and factors that determine the health and fitness of the U.S. Army.
Active Living; Alcohol & Substance Misuse; Behavioral Health; Child Health; Health Promotion & Education; Nutrition & Dietary Supplements; Oral Fitness; Responsible Sexual Behavior; Sleep; Tobacco-Free Living & Vaping; Women's Health
Information on laboratory science as part of the occupational and environmental health assessment.
Toxicology services include expert toxicology consultations, evaluations, and controlled laboratory toxicity studies.
Information on issues of industrial hygiene and occupational medicine including hearing conservation.
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