VA researchers found a link between service-related occupational exposure to herbicides and high blood pressure (hypertension) risk among U.S. Army Chemical Corps (ACC) Veterans, a group of Veterans assigned to do chemical operations during the Vietnam War. Researchers also found an association between military service in Vietnam and hypertension risk among these Veterans.
Researchers at VA’s Post Deployment Health Services Epidemiology Program, Office of Patient Care Services, conducted the Army Chemical Corps Vietnam-Era Veterans Health
The Roseburg VA Medical Center has scheduled a Veterans Town Hall in North Bend on Wednesday, November 30th from 5 to 7pm. It will be held at the American Legion Post 34, 1421 Airport Way, North Bend. The Roseburg VAMC invites all veterans, their family members and stakeholders. This will be an open dialogue listening forum that will allow veterans the chance to be heard and have their questions answered. Roseburg VAMC leadership and key
Thanksgiving is almost upon us, so as we prepare to celebrate we’d like to take this time to express our unwavering appreciation for those we serve, America’s Veterans. Each and every day as we work closely with them, we’re reminded of how grateful we are for their service, as they’ve protected the freedoms needed to live life to the fullest. And we’re helping them do the same by pursuing our vision to provide them with
SmokefreeVET is an innovative, text message smoking cessation program that provides daily tips and encouragement to support Veterans who are trying to stop smoking. Launched in 2013, VA’s SmokefreeVET text message program has been used by more than 3,500 Veterans.
Cell phones are generally always with you and always on, which makes them a convenient way to deliver messages and health-related information, particularly on stopping smoking. VHA created SmokefreeVET in collaboration with the National Cancer