Veterans Health Care November 24, 2022

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VA health care news you can use

There’s a lot going on in VA health care. Here are some of our latest stories about Veterans and for Veterans. Find out how to apply for VA health care benefits.

Two soldiers near open burning fire pit

What you should know about toxic exposure

Veterans can receive treatments for health concerns related to toxic exposure. Learn about the online Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry and the Post-Deployment Cardiopulmonary Evaluation Network.

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World War II Veterans (left to right) Charles Richardson, 93, Raymond Doss, 95, Eustis Pendley, 97, and Dalton Sharpton, 98.

WWII Vets receive flu vaccines

Four WWII Veterans got their flu shots at the Birmingham VA. “Experts say older adults’ best protection from the flu is by getting the vaccine,” said one. “I take it every year along with my regular VA checkups.”

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Five Veterans in reunion t-shirts

Five Vietnam Veterans reunited

“For those of us who survived, you would think the key to recovery would be to forget about the past. But sharing this experience with other survivors helps us to process these memories together."

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Thanksgiving: Family gathers for dinner

Get ready to welcome your guests

Being surrounded by family and friends is one of the greatest gifts of the season. We hope this poem gets you excited about the guests you might entertain this holiday season.

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