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Millions of Veterans are eligible for VA health care years earlier than called for by the PACT Act. Learn if you are eligible to enroll directly in VA health care.
As you age, your body goes through many changes. Keeping your muscles healthy will help you continue doing the things you love.  
When it’s time to refill or renew your VA-dispensed prescriptions, My HealtheVet can help. Here are some tips to make it easier to find your medications on My HealtheVet.
Looking to start a new career, change your habits, or improve your health? With VA’s Whole Health approach you’re not alone.
Secure Messaging makes it easy to stay in touch with your health care team. But unclear messages can cause confusion. We have tips to avoid stressful miscommunication.
High blood pressure can damage your arteries. But healthy eating habits can help manage your blood pressure and protect your heart.
Telehealth brings you care from the comfort of home. If you don’t have regular access to the internet or a video-capable device, VA has options for you.
Brain health is key to physical and mental health. We have healthy habits that can keep your brain strong. 
Falls are a leading cause of injury among older adults. We have helpful steps to make your home safe and lower your risk of falling.
My HealtheVet features are moving so that you can manage your health and benefits all in one place. Try the appointments list now, so you're ready for the change. 
My HealtheVet features are moving, so that you can manage your health and benefits all in one place. Try the new messages feature on VA.gov now, so you’re ready for the change.
We’re building a new health home that’s easy to find, understand, and use. The new My HealtheVet on VA.gov will provide a single place for you to manage your health care needs.
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.
The PACT Act expands health care eligibility for many Veterans. Veterans that you know might be eligible to enroll.
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.