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January 28, 2022
What New Year’s resolutions did you make? This VA-Research initiative studying telerehabilitation may help you get there.
You Asked, We Answered: What type of face mask should I wear for the best protection against omicron? Construction and fit are important.
January 27, 2022
A new “Whole Health for Veterans with Chronic Pain” podcast offers fresh perspectives on chronic pain management for Veterans.
VA study: Veterans who have non-cardiac surgery at VA hospitals are less likely to die 30 days later than patients in private hospitals.
January 26, 2022
This month, VA staff across America will volunteer in the PIT Count to help end homelessness.
This week’s Chats with the Chief: Dr. Rory Cooper describes, “A world where people with disabilities can fully participate in society.”
January 25, 2022
With 5G technology, VA is truly leading the way in groundbreaking health care for Veterans. Faster speeds, more network capacity.
Community providers: Help protect eligible Veterans from the flu this winter with these five tips about their no-cost flu shot.
VA Committee on Gulf War Veterans’ illnesses to host virtual meeting Jan. 27 for Veterans, physicians, scientists and the general public.
January 24, 2022
If there were a gentle activity you could add to your life that could improve your balance, reduce pain, and even improve your overall quality of life, would you give it a try? Consider this Tai Chi warmup.
This webinar will introduce Beyond MST, a new mobile mental health app designed for MST survivors and those who care for them.
After homelessness and addiction, Army Veteran turned to VA for help. His medical team helped him take the first steps to recovery.
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