We live in a time when advanced technology and sophisticated efforts by nefarious individuals and groups to misuse acquired personal and/or health information from unsuspecting innocent individuals is prevalent.
Today, Feb. 3, 2023, is the 80th anniversary of the sinking of the United States Army Transport (USAT) Dorchester and the legendary acts of selflessness by four U.S. Army chaplains who were onboard. Four Chaplains Day was designated by Congress to honor these men for their devotion and sacrifice.
For U.S. Army Veteran Larry Turner, the symptoms he experienced from emphysema, a form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), severely limited his ability to perform even simple physical tasks.
Have you ever thought about what you want to discuss with your health provider before your appointment? Perhaps who had questions about a medication or a particular test, or maybe you wanted information on managing stress? If so, the Veterans Health Library (VHL) can be an important resource to help you be more involved in your health care.
Marion Bales was a high school senior the day a U.S. Marine Corps vehicle pulled up in front of his parents’ house. His mother immediately broke down in anguish, imagining the worst about his older brother, who was serving in Vietnam.
Just after midnight on Feb. 3, 1943, four United States Army chaplains ― Rabbi Alexander Goode, Reverend Clark Poling, Reverend George Fox, and Father John Washington ― made the ultimate sacrifice to save the lives of others.
Recent research has shown an increase in drinking for many Americans, in part because of stress associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It may be time to consider reducing the amount of alcohol you consume.