A caregiver can be left feeling helpless and frustrated if their newborn is crying and they are unable to figure out why.
Today more than ever, Marines need to be resilient as we take on new responsibilities, learn new skills, and do more with less.
Research shows just how dangerous second and third hand smoke is to the people around smokers, but what about the animals who live with us?
Any amount of alcohol in the blood can lead to poor judgment and slowed reflexes. People who drink similar amounts of alcohol may experience different effects and BAC levels.
New ways to use tobacco are found just as quickly as new products hit the market; so if you haven’t heard of “Dripping,” you’re not alone.
If physical health, life satisfaction, sense of control, happiness, level of depression and self-esteem are important to you, here’s a way to see a positive increase…Volunteer!
The misuse of prescription drugs is always high-risk and carries serious consequences for people choosing to participate in it.
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.
Many people are aware of the health effects of tobacco use. But did you know tobacco use can impact your ability to get a job?
Victims of military sexual assault are never alone. Marines and their families have immediate access to resources and referrals by calling their installation’s 24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line.