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Latest Issue: Volume 24 No. 3

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Editoral

Back in early June, the Navy Health Reserve was asked to provide some health staff for an Army exercise, Exercise Hamel, to be held at the end of June 2016. In itself, this request was nothing unusual; such requests for support of military operations and exercises are frequent. What was interesting is that I had… Read more »

In   Issue Volume 24 No. 3 .

Predictors of Depression Diagnoses and Symptoms in United States Female Veterans: Results from a National Survey and Implications for Programming

K. H. Thomas, D. L. Albright, M. M. Shields, E. Kaufman, C. Michaud, S. Plummer Taylor, K. Hamner Abstract Background and Purpose: Research suggests that female veterans of the United States military are more likely than their male counterparts to report mental health concerns such as posttraumatic stress, depression and suicidal thoughts. The purpose of… Read more »

By K. H. Thomas , D. L. Albright , M. M. Shields , E. Kaufman , C. Michaud , S. Plummer Taylor and K. Hamner In   Issue Volume 24 No. 3 .

Vitamin D Correlation with Testosterone Concentration in Male US Soldiers and Veterans

L M. Wentz,1 C S. Berry-Cabán,2 Q Wu,3 J D. Eldred4 Abstract Background: Vitamin D has been positively correlated with testosterone in older men, but these hormonal relationships have not been examined in military personnel. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify significant correlations between vitamin D and testosterone concentrations in male soldiers… Read more »

By L M. Wentz , C S. Berry-Cabán , Q Wu and J D. Eldred In   Issue Volume 24 No. 3 .