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Researchers recently examined the rates of hospitalizations among veterans with heart failure who experienced vitamin D deficiency.
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Neither omega-3 fatty acid supplement use nor fish intake was linked with a lower risk of nonfatal coronary artery disease in US veterans, according to a recent study.
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Michael Cawley, PharmD, discusses recent news regarding the prescribing of hydroxychloroquine for approximately 1300 veterans.
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Researchers recently found that gait balance control may be impaired when veterans with chronic mild traumatic brain injury divide their attention.
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Three US Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals are testing a prostate cancer drug as a potential COVID-19 treatment for male veterans.
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“Prevention and treatment efforts designed to promote physical exercise may help preserve cognitive functioning in at-risk veterans,” researchers of a recent study explained.
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“Veteran status seemed to be a protective factor against demographic differences that increased rates of nonsuicidal self-injury history in nonveteran transgender individuals,” wrote researchers from Louisiana State University and the University of Kentucky.
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“These findings highlight the importance of focusing on building resilience in our military servicemembers,” researchers concluded.
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According to a study including over 8 million veterans, self-reported exposure to Agent Orange was significantly associated with an increased risk of head and neck cancer.
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Study findings published online in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that the risk of homelessness after discharge appears to be delayed and then to increase over time for US military veterans.
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