Lifestyle changes can prevent full-blown disease, report says
More than 100 million U.S. adults have diabetes or prediabetes, health officials say.
Legislation was recently introduced to make federal workers “at-will” employees, meaning they could be removed or suspended from their jobs, without notice or right to appeal.
Women soldiers are being trained to shower with biological men as part of the Army’s plans to accept transgender troops.
People who’ve served our country have a wealth of support available to them, as do their loved ones. This includes MakeTheConnection.net, an online resource designed to connect Veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources and solutions to issues affecting their lives.
Treating over 2.5 million Veterans every year, our Emergency Medicine Department is the reason why VA is the nation’s largest provider of emergency services. It’s also one of the reasons why Dr. Chad Kessler, our National Program Director for Emergency Medicine, thinks now is a great time to start a career with VA.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn about a company’s culture before you apply? Imagine, if a jobseeker had the opportunity to talk to former and current employees to get valuable insights about benefits and culture.
The National Cemetery Administration graduated 13 members of the Cemetery Director Intern Class of 2017 on July 13. The new directors will arrive at their duty stations the week of Aug. 6.
When the students at the Defense Information School (DINFOS) were told that they would be doing a project at a VA national cemetery, many of them were surprised. Not because of the subject matter, but for simply the fact that they didn’t know such a place existed.
Recognizing the efforts of those across VA to end Veterans homelessness, several facilities, employees and community providers are being highlighted for their work.
ST. PETE, Fla. (WWSB)--According to a study from the Department of Veterans Affairs an average of 20 Veterans commit suicide every day. Now the VA is launching an initiative called "Reach Vet" to help prevent suicides and be more responsive to the mental health needs of patients.