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Secretary of the Army visits National Center for Telehealth & Technology

JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. – Secretary of the Army John McHugh made a visit to Joint Base Lewis-McChord Feb. 4 and 5 to conduct a news conference announcing the completion of a comprehensive, Army-wide review of the soldier behavioral health diagnoses and evaluations. The National Center for Telehealth and Technology, commonly referred to as T2, was among the stops McHugh made to JBLM.

Dr. Oz likes apps that get you moving

USATODAY,By Jefferson Graham,February 5 2013

USA TODAY article by: Jefferson Graham,  February 5, 2013

LOS ANGELES — Mehmet Oz, known as TV's Dr. Oz, is a heart surgeon, writer, TV host and major gadget fan. We met him during a recent trip here to talk about using apps and devices to live a healthier life.

Tech for doctors

"In the operating room, we couldn't do what we do without tech, from imaging technologies to see inside you without cutting you open," to the tools used to work inside the body.

Better living through tech

DoD's new Android App connects to wearable devices for biofeedback

The National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2), an agency of the Department of Defense, has been introducing online and mobile health tools for people in the military, veterans, and their families since 2008. Their newest offering, BioZen, is an effort to get ahead of the trend of personal sensors and provide a free mobile tool to help people use those sensors to improve their health through the practice of biofeedback.

Award Winning Website for Military Kids Expands Content to Help Kids Cope

MilitaryKidsConnect.org, recognized for excellence with five industry awards, is celebrating the start of their second year with new content that helps military youth cope with the effects of war on their loved ones.  The new modules address post -traumatic stress, grief and loss, and physical injury.  And for parents, there are guides on how to discuss these tough topics with kids.
In addition, there are also resources for educators of military kids including helpful lesson plans that educators can use to support military kids in the classroom. 

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