U.S. Army Public Health Command
The purpose of this website is to provide general information about the U.S. Army Public Health Command, its mission and activities; as well as timely, accurate, and relevant public health information.
The purpose of this page is to provide general information about the U.S. Army Public Health Command, its mission and activities. The information below is maintained by the USAPHC Public Affairs Office.
For questions regarding this page or its content, contact the U.S. Army Public Affairs Office, phone (410) 436-1770, DSN 584-1770. Media representatives should contact the USAPHC media relations officer, phone (410) 417-2937.
The general Public Affairs mailbox is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Strategic Communication Products:
One Health - Command Quarterly Magazine
Summer 2012 Edition
Recent News Releases
Tips to stay healthy at work
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month
Protect your vision for a lifetime
Army surgeon general visits USAPHC
Active communities promote healthy people
Army Wellness Center Fitness Tracker: Using technology to sustain good health
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day observed April 27
Less salt please
STDs cause serious illness, even death
Alcohol and drunk driving put lives at risk
New unit crest designed for Public Health Command
Preventing tick bites prevents serious diseases
Can't sleep? Ways to help you feel rested when traveling
Eat right, your way, every day
Protect your heart during winter weather
Condoms: personal protection for sexual health
Handwashing: The 'do-it-yourself' vaccine
Installation, deployable unit health aided by USAPHC health promotion officers
USAPHC Web-based courses save money, satisfy demand
The secret to losing weight
Folic acid—essential for a healthy baby
Kick radon out!
USAPHC Information for Employees (AKO - password protected)