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Army Guard officer drops 35 pounds, touts the value of Sleep

Maj. Constance Adger photographed in May 2013 with her son Edan. Adger began attending Performance Triad work group meetings each month and is more than halfway towards her goal of losing 50 pounds. The Performance Triad is the Army surgeon general's initiative and vision to improve the health of Soldiers and Civilians to optimize performance and improve resilience through changes in behaviors and attitudes related to Activity, Nutrition, and Sleep. (U.S. Army photo by Valecia Dunbar, Army Medicine Public Affairs)



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Date Taken:11.12.2013

Date Posted:11.12.2013 16:17

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