Losing weight is not easy, but MOVE! can help. A nationally developed program to help Veterans teaches knowledge and skills to eat healthier, move more and provides the support you need to stick with it.
The My HealtheVet (MHV) program (www.myhealth.va.gov) is one shining example of how technology can improve the exchange of information and actively engage patients in their health care anywhere, anytime.
SAVAHCS continues to expand rural health care services to eligible Veterans in southern Arizona. We now have three Rural Health Care Coordination Centers in southeastern, southwestern, and south-central Arizona.
October 2013, is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is the time to Celebrate Life! Celebrate Survival! To honor those who have lost the battle but are not forgotten! To continue fighting for a cure!
In 2009, President Obama and VA Secretary Shinseki announced the goal of ending Veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. Research shows that efforts are working, with initiatives of the Veterans Outreach.
Up to 50 percent of heart patients fail to take their medications correctly after they leave the hospital. VA’s solution? A simple one: persistent, friendly reminders from your health care professionals.
Natalie Dell, a medal winner at the 2012 Summer Olympics, conducts mental health research for VA. As the next Olympics approach, here are 20 questions about her Olympics experience and her work for Veterans.