• Why Veterans should celebrate World No Tobacco Day

    Stopping tobacco use can improve your mental health and sense of well-being and improve physical health. Good news: Never too late to stop using tobacco and start enjoying a better quality of life.

  • VA Police: Protecting those who protected us

    VA Police are trained to de-escalate potentially violent situations.

  • September and all year round:

    HARLINGEN, Texas – September marked the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs […]

  • Staying happy at work: how to maximize your career satisfaction

    Your career is a big part of your life, so […]

  • The jobseeker and “Taking a Stand”

    Unless you are living in a bubble, no doubt you […]

  • VA secretary and Canadian minister of Veterans Affairs forging partnership to address issues faced by both nation’s Veterans

    The two-day U.S.-Canadian VA meeting focused on issues affecting Veterans from both nations, such as easing service members’ transition to civilian life, preventing homelessness among the Veteran community and mental-health support.

  • Telephonic applications: Making health care easier for Veterans

    Well, the last few days/weeks of a lot of peoples’ […]

  • VA – More than a “best place to work” ranking

    Who decides the “best places to work”? Employees who walk […]

  • Helping Veterans, one hug at a time

    Three people, two Veterans, one goal – “Bring awareness to […]

  • From the Civil War to present day, VA helps generations of families

    If your Monday is anything like mine, you are busy […]

  • Giving comfort to Veterans having babies

    For more than 90 years, VA has initiated groundbreaking research […]

  • First Lady Honors Female Veterans

    First Lady Michelle Obama recently honored female Veterans at a […]

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