After COVID mission ends, Pentagon plans next pandemic | health

After COVID mission ends, Pentagon plans next pandemic |  health and fitness

By LOLITA C. BALDOR – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A COVID-19 patient experienced shortness of breath. The Army nurse knew she had to act quickly. It was the peak of this year’s Omicron surge, and an Army medical team was helping at a Michigan hospital. Normal patient beds were full. Likewise the intensive care. … Read more

After COVID mission ends, Pentagon plans next pandemic | health

After COVID mission ends, Pentagon plans next pandemic |  health and fitness

By LOLITA C. BALDOR – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A COVID-19 patient experienced shortness of breath. The Army nurse knew she had to act quickly. It was the peak of this year’s Omicron surge, and an Army medical team was helping at a Michigan hospital. Normal patient beds were full. Likewise the intensive care. … Read more

After COVID mission ends, Pentagon plans next pandemic | health and fitness

After COVID mission ends, Pentagon plans next pandemic |  health and fitness

By LOLITA C. BALDOR – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A COVID-19 patient experienced shortness of breath. The Army nurse knew she had to act quickly. It was the peak of this year’s Omicron surge, and an Army medical team was helping at a Michigan hospital. Normal patient beds were full. Likewise the intensive care. … Read more

Judge Rules US Military Cannot Dismiss HIV-Positive Troops | health

Judge Rules US Military Cannot Dismiss HIV-Positive Troops |  health

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — U.S. soldiers who are HIV-positive cannot be fired or barred from becoming an officer simply because they have the virus, a federal judge in Virginia ruled. Advocates say it is one of the strongest rulings in years for people living with HIV. The cases involved two service members the Air Force … Read more

Judge Rules US Military Cannot Dismiss HIV-Positive Troops | health

Judge Rules US Military Cannot Dismiss HIV-Positive Troops |  health

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — U.S. soldiers who are HIV-positive cannot be fired or barred from becoming an officer simply because they have the virus, a federal judge in Virginia ruled. Supporters say it is one of the strongest rulings for people living with HIV in years. The cases involved two service members the Air Force … Read more