Blog posts with the tag "By the Numbers"

By the Numbers: 9 September 2019


The percentage of active duty military personnel diagnosed with a mental health disorder in 2018, according to a Military.com story reporting on the 2018 Health of the Force study, released last month as part of the August issue of the Military Health System's Medical Surveillance Monthly Report. 
The article points out that this is far lower than "the overall diagnosis rate" in the U.S., which is 20%, or one in five U.S. adults.

By the Numbers: 26 August 2019

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The percentage of "Tricare-insured children" who "had at least one special health care need," according to a recent story on the Military Times website -- Military children have more health care needs, but less access and lower quality, study finds. The story reports on an article published in the August issue of the journal Health Affairs -- Families With TRICARE Report Lower Health Care Quality And Access Compared To Other Insured And Uninsured Families.

By the Numbers: 19 August 2019


The percentage increase in the incidence of insomnia among Service members from 2003 to 2011, according to a recent study in the journal Sleep -- The association of insomnia and sleep apnea with deployment and combat exposure in the entire population of US army soldiers from 1997 to 2011: a retrospective cohort investigation. Additionally, there was a 600% increase in the incidence of obstructive sleep apnea.


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