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It can be hard to keep track of medical appointments. That’s why VA has text message appointment reminders. Start or stop reminders at any time.
Did you know that lack of sleep can increase your risk of health problems like high blood pressure? We want to help you sleep better. Here are a few tips.
It’s important to have a long-term health care plan. The new toxic exposure screening can help you plan for future concerns with your VA health care team.
If you have diabetes, you’re at greater risk of heart disease and stroke. Managing your blood pressure is an important way to protect your heart.
Arthritis can make it difficult to get exercise. But gentle exercise can improve your mobility and even reduce arthritis pain. Try these tips for movement that is gentle on your joints.
Caring for your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Mental health assessments you can take from home are a great way to start.
The PACT Act expands health care eligibility for many Veterans. Veterans that you know might be eligible to enroll.
Vitamin D protects your bone, joint, and muscle health. It’s important to make sure you’re getting the right amount of Vitamin D.
The PACT Act expands eligibility for VA health care for Veterans with toxic exposure and Veterans of the Vietnam, Gulf War, and post-9/11 eras.
It’s normal to forget things as you get older. But some things are a sign it’s time to talk to your doctor about memory loss. We want you to feel prepared for this appointment.