Healthy Living 

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Information, education, and training for health professionals on standardized, evidence-based health promotion and wellness programs and tools using science-based metrics to measure program impact and effectiveness. Information on health promotion policy implementation and policy changes at the Department of the Army, Department of Defense, TRICARE Management Activity, and Health Affairs levels.


- Find out about the history, development and launch of Healthy People 2020. External link

- National Prevention Strategy External link released 16 June 2011.

- Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness ARMYFIT. External link  - Find important information on the things that matter most for YOUR health and fitness to enhance your physical and psychological health and resilience.

- Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) Instruction 3405.01: Total Force Fitness Framework, 1 September 2011External link




Active Living

Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health.

Alcohol and Substance Misuse

Information and topics pertaining to alcohol and substance misuse.

Behavioral Health

Information on stress control, sexual assault, social work, suicide prevention and workplace violence.

Child Health, Safety, and Well-being


Health Promotion and Education

Descriptions and updates on community resources, training and continuing education for health promotion coordinators and healthcare and fitness professionals involved in health promotion.

Men's Health

Information related to issues of men's health.


Nutrition resources for Service members and their Families.

Oral Fitness

Oral fitness is essential for unit readiness. The best way to maintain oral fitness is to prevent dental disease from developing in the first place.

Responsible Sexual Behavior

Ensure the health and readiness of Soldiers with education about personal sexual responsibility and resources to help protect their health and prevent STIs and unintended pregnancy/paternity.


Explanation of how sleep is integral to good health, readiness and resiliency as part of the Performance Triad.

Tobacco-Free Living

Tobacco-free living benefits soldiers by giving them an opportunity to maintain a healthier lifestyle, decrease the health risks associated with tobacco use, and make them better able to perform their mission.

Women's Health Portal

Information on women's health topics.