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Your health and wellness are top priorities in the military. Military OneSource provides resources so you can manage stress, develop healthy eating habits, get into shape and access benefits and tools that will help you stay strong in body and mind. While Military OneSource does not provide direct health care services, it does offer non-medical counseling and information about health care to help motivate you to stay on the path of healthy living.
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