Air pollution linked to development of kidney disease“Data on the relationship between air pollution and kidney disease in humans has been scarce,” said the study’s senior author Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly.
Do you smell what the VA is cooking?Veterans' Affairs has not one, but two cookbooks– and that's just the beginning.
In 2017, should the VA still be testing on dogs?There’s a logical and emotional side to this argument.
Repealing Obamacare is not so great for America's veterans
Report shows that the VA spent an absurd amount of money on mailThe VA sent out more than 200 million pieces of mail which cost about $355 million in 2016.
VA keeps chugging in storm-damaged Caribbean and Gulf CoastHurricane or no hurricane, VA medical clinics are still here to treat veterans.
Veteran suicide up in western states, down overallThe VA just published the most comprehensive study of veteran suicide ever conducted. Here's what you need to know– and the resources at your disposal.
100 vacant positions at new Veterans Crisis Line call center in Kansas“When it comes to preventing veteran suicide, we will do everything we can to make it as easy as possible for Veterans to reach us,” said VA Secretary Dr. David J. Shulkin.
VA rolls out simple and effective approach to fighting opioidsOne VA hospital in Ohio has found a common-sense way to turn the tide against opioid abuse.
After Irma, VA is open for business as usualFrom South Carolina to the US Virgin Islands, here's everything you need to know about VA clinics in the path of Hurricane Irma.
VA updates disability ratings and it only took 70 years!The Schedule for Rating Disabilities (VASRD) hasn't seen a comprehensive overhaul since 1945.
Rapid response by VA keeps benefits and services movingIn the wake of Harvey and Irma, the VA has been surprisingly nimble as it cares for over two million affected veterans.