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U.S. Surgeon General VADM Jerome M. Adams. (Note: Tweets prior to 9/12/17 were from previous Surgeons General.)
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U.S. Surgeon General 19h
Replying to @ssudswilowicz
4 miles? Wow- that's definitely a huff and puff before you stuff! Way to go Steve!
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U.S. Surgeon General 19h
Nice! Yoga is a great way to stay flexible and
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U.S. Surgeon General 19h
Replying to @DrCastner
Way to go Jessica! Tell your 11 year old the SG is proud of both of you for being on Turkey Day!
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U.S. Surgeon General 19h
Yesterday I told you about my plans to take the physical fitness test in December. Today I stretched, ran 20 min, and did 4 alternating sets of pushups and planks. Tell me about your pre- calorie burn!
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U.S. Surgeon General 22h
This , I am grateful for the opportunity to serve alongside the Commissioned Corps officers, who are dedicated to serving vulnerable populations. Thank you for your commitment to protecting, promoting, and advancing the health of our nation.
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 22
Today I am excited to start chronicling my journey of in preparation for the U.S. Public Health...
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 21
Great to meet with representatives from to talk about staying healthy around the holidays!
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 20
By partnering w/non-traditional sectors & helping them see their role in public health, we allow everyone to have a fair chance for good health and opportunities for better health choices.
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 20
Thank you to our public health heroes who work hard every day to improve our nation’s health, including new partners like business, law enforcement, education and defense sectors.
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 17
Check out former Dr. Satcher’s commentary in the supplement “Strategies to Address Childhood Obesity: Highlights from Georgia”.
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 17
By working together, we can chart a course to end transmissions in the US. Read the Deputy Surgeon General’s new blog post on
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 16
Really enjoyed meeting today. We discussed trauma informed care, adverse childhood experiences & how we can work together to take care of our kids
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 16
Last week in Atlanta local officers LCDR Odom and LT Tuff joined my team as aides. Thank you for your assistance and continued service!
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 16
5% decrease in smoking among US Federal Workforce could prevent 1106 heart attack & 799 stroke hospitalizations & 493 deaths over 5 years—study in Learn about quitting:
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 16
Recognizing the role of wellness in our country’s safety, security, and prosperity is the reason I am focusing my term on “Better Health through Better Partnerships.” Together we can make a difference.
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 16
Thank you and for hosting yesterday’s hearing on wellness. I look forward to working with you to build healthier communities.
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 14
"Healthier communities are more successful communities"-- at the
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 14
Tomorrow at 10:00 AM ET tune in for the HELP Committee Hearing on Encouraging Healthy Communities: Perspective from the Surgeon General.
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 13
Thank you for inviting me to your Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness Luncheon and thank you for your continued commitment to awareness. Success for requires sustained coordinated efforts of individuals from around the world
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U.S. Surgeon General Nov 11
Replying to @Surgeon_General
Sorry about the earlier dictation error- no offense to Colonels everywhere. It was too cold to type, but it was a great day honoring our country's veterans!
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