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Mammograms Can Save Your Life

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a perfect reminder to get your mammogram. Most women Veterans receive mammograms through VA. Discover more about mammograms and how VA and My HealtheVet can help.

Delivering Care to Rural Veterans

Veterans of Foreign Wars joined VA's Office of Connected Care for a Facebook Live event on Friday, October 11 - Delivering Care to Rural Veterans When and Where It's Needed.

Six Ways Yoga Can Help You

Yoga helps improve flexibility, strength, and balance. Yoga was developed thousands of years ago in India as a system of well-being, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. Discover how you can start practicing yoga with help from VA.

Avoid the Pain of Shingles

Did you know that anyone who has recovered from chickenpox can develop shingles? Shingles is a painful infection that should be treated immediately. Quick treatment with an antiviral drug decreases the severity and length of time of acute pain.

It's Time: Roll Up Your Sleeve

This is it: the first of many reminders about your annual flu shot. Flu season usually starts in October and peaks between December and February. The vaccine takes some time to kick in, which is why it always feels like everyone starts talking about flu shots as soon as summer ends.

Easily Schedule and View Your VA Appointments

Sometimes making and managing appointments to fit your schedule can be tough. VA Online Scheduling can make the process easier for you from start to finish. Conveniently request your VA appointments through your smartphone, computer, or iPad.