The Army has launched a health registry to track service members and families with illnesses or conditions that may be related to living in substandard military housing. Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Nadja West sent a letter this month to 900 Army families who have filed work requests for their homes over health and safety concerns. According to the memo, U.S. Army Medical Command is establishing a "Housing Environmental Health Response Registry" and asking residents to respond. The database will allow the Army to provide additional information on environmental health hazards in housing and assist residents in obtaining medical care for housing-related illnesses or concerns. Learn more about the registry on Military.com.
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