Blind Doc at VA Sees Patients Differently
Dr. Tim Cordes, a psychiatrist at the William S. Middleton VA Hospital in Madison, Wis., has a unique way of seeing patients: he doesn’t see them at all. He’s legally blind.
Online Veterans Health Library
A new tool to help Veterans take charge of their health: the Veterans Health Library. Find information on diseases, conditions, and medications. It’s where to go for reliable health information.
Help Raise PTSD Awareness
During PTSD Awareness Month, join VA in promoting public awareness and understanding of PTSD. We invite you to "Take the Step" and help the men and women who have experienced PTSD.
Let the (Golden Age) Games Begin!
Hundreds of senior Veterans are off to Buffalo to participate in VA’s Golden Age Games, a showcase for the value that wellness and fitness provide in the lives of older Americans.
Surviving a Stroke
An Army Veteran suffers a stroke and puts the Houston VA Medical Center Stroke Team into action, a team which recently earned a Gold Seal from the Joint Commission.
Memorial Day — When America Remembers
Memorial Day — a time for the nation to pause and remember the service of deceased Veterans and military members who died on active duty, a time when Americans honor the fallen.
VA Launches Hotline for Women Veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs has a new hotline to respond to questions from Veterans, their families and caregivers about the many VA services and resources available to women Veterans.
VA Medical Centers Named for Presidents
Can you name the three VA medical centers named for United States presidents? Here’s a story on the Franklin Delano Roosevelt campus of the Hudson Valley Healthcare System in Montrose, New York.
Research Today Means Healthier Tomorrow
May 13-17 is National VA Research Week with the theme “VA Research Inspires.” VA Research has been part of advances in treating heart disease, diabetes, spinal cord injury and mental health disorders.