• Helping Veterans with migraines and headaches

    Mission of Headache Center of Excellence is to provide quality headache care to Veterans. Holistic approach includes advanced therapies.

  • Make your diet Mediterranean

    Mediterranean diet is known for its anti-inflammatory health benefits that may improve blood pressure levels, lower cholesterol and more.

  • National Nutrition Month: Celebrate a world of flavors

    National Nutrition Month - This year we are celebrating nutrition and food from cultures and cuisines around the world.

  • Gardening can lead to healthier lives

    Research has shown that those who garden seem to have lower levels of stress, lower levels of chronic inflammation, which can lower risk for heart disease and other chronic conditions.

  • National Nutrition Month and how to build a great salad

    March is National Nutrition Month…a great time to focus on your personal nutrition and wellness. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Personalizing your plate can be a journey, especially for those with a selective palate or texture sensitivities.

  • Fresh Focus #1: Healthy Plate Method – Keep it simple

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  • Make it a lifestyle, not a diet

    Dieting is not always the best way to improve your health. Staying on a diet is not usually sustainable. If you start building healthy habits into your day, you can achieve long-term success.

  • Use these tips to reduce food waste

    Tucked away in the far corner of a refrigerator or a pantry shelf is a container whose contents are past their prime. Here are tips to reduce food waste.

  • VA salutes nurses during 2020: “Year of the Nurse”

    During the “Year of the Nurse” we’ll be sharing stories of VA nurses who are transforming the VA health care system one patient at a time. Using the ANNIE mobile app is one example.

  • Navy Veteran took back her freedom

    Her grandson said she walked funny. That did it. Sharyle Robert decided she would not let her weight make decisions for her. She joined VA’s MOVE! program and, 117 pounds later, says, “You can do it!”

  • Veterans: Enjoy eating out when you have diabetes

    Having diabetes can make eating out tough, but you CAN enjoy healthy foods at your favorite restaurants. Here’s great tips from MyHealtheVet to help you while you keep eating healthy for diabetes.

  • Serve Up Family Memories at the Table

    To ensure that your holidays are merry, here are some tips to help prevent foodborne illness from crashing your holiday or family party.

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