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Posts regarding the Veteran’s Administration.

Gulf War Vets: Veterans Administration LED Light Therapy Study

If you are a Gulf War veteran, between 38 and 65 years old, experiencing problems with thinking, memory, or concentration, you may be eligible to participate in a research study at the VA San Francisco Medical


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Over two million women nationwide and over 170,000 women in California have served in the U.S. military. Unfortunately, many do not identify as veterans and do not seek out the services and benefits they’ve earned. A


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As flu season approaches, there are a few no cost flu shot options available to veterans. Veterans enrolled for healthcare at a VA facility may still go to any VA medical center for their flu shot.


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The Veterans Administration (VA) provides benefits to U.S. veterans who  served our country, but they do not do a good job of advocating for veterans or educating them on the three major VA programs (health care,


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How does the VA reach out to those Veterans who don’t live close to a VA Hospital or the homeless Veteran who cannot get to a VA Facility? One option available for veterans of any war


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