Despite links to Agent Orange, hypertension still not considered presumptive by VA
Herbicide Exposure and Vietnam Service are linked to Hypertension (high blood pressure), according to multiple studies. Unfortunately, the VA...41
Study: CPAP helps vets with PTSD and obstructive sleep apnea
For veterans with PTSD and obstructive sleep apnea, a new study has spotlighted treatment with a continuous positive airway...
Veterans News – February 15, 2017
VA disability claims backlog grows despite paperless fix (Military.com) Officials from the Veterans Affairs Department were pressed Tuesday to...
Veterans News – February 10, 2017
‘Vets continue to die’: Phoenix hospital at center of VA scandal ranked among nation’s worst (Fox News) Three years...
Changes Coming to Outpatient VA Medication Copay
Outpatient VA medication copay changes are coming February 2017. While the changes have been touted in news articles and...
Veterans News – February 2, 2017
Trump’s VA nominee pledges not to privatize department (The Wall Street Journal) President Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of...
VA Inspector General Reviews Veterans Choice Program
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, had requested The Department of Veterans Affairs...
IVF Fertility Treatment Now Authorized for Certain Veterans
While certain infertility services are already available to veterans through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical benefits package,...
Veterans News – January 31, 2017
Trump’s pick to lead VA isn’t a veteran. Does that matter? (MilitaryTimes) For the last 94 years, every...
Veterans News – January 17, 2017
Guam governor orders EPA to test for traces of Agent Orange (Stars and Stripes) Guam’s Environmental Protection Agency has...