National Special Education Day is TODAY. Marking the anniversary of our nation’s first federal special education law – Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act. This day highlights the importance of ensuring that all students achieve high academic standards and quality of life.
Don’t let the holiday season drain your wallet. Be prepared by creating a holiday expenses checklist and save money where you can.
Injury prevention is defined as activities to prevent, ameliorate, treat, and/or reduce injury-related disability and death. Injuries can be defined as unintentional and violent. Utilizing the Health Wellness and Performance framework can decrease both intentional and violent injuries.
You’ve probably heard that tobacco is harmful to your health, but have you heard that tobacco can affect your capabilities as a Marine? Don’t let tobacco use affect your readiness.
Do you ever worry that your realtionship with alcohol is heading in the wrong direction? Check your status. Ask yourself if any of the situations in this article sound familiar.
People celebrating holidays with family, friends, and loved ones can still feel lonely. Connect with those around you to help cope with grief and loss and to prevent loneliness, isolation, and in some cases, suicidal thoughts or ideas.
Recommended send-by dates for expected delivery BEFORE December 25.
Addressing someone you know after they've suffered a sexual assault can be a difficult and unique challenge. Take a look at some of these tips and tactics that can aid you in your approach to help.
The United States Marine Corps signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and on November 8, at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, a ceremony to commemorate the signing was held
Is your child’s favorite word fine? Review these tips to assist your child in opening up, while growing your relationship with them.