Your Health Matters

The statistics are in: On a general health measure, veterans are more likely than non-veterans to report fair or poor health. Check out these alarming stats on the health and wellness of our vets:

The U.S. veteran obesity rate has reached 80 percent, surpassing that of the general population

Nearly one in four Veterans receiving care from the V.A. has diabetes

Veterans are at higher risk of having a new onset of heart disease

Just over half of all veterans’ post-deployment health visits address lingering pain in their backs, necks, knees or shoulders

Cardiovascular disease is the number-one killer of Americans, and is the leading cause of hospitalization in the V.A. health care system

Osteo/ Mobility Health

Read articles and learn about common orthopedic & flexibility techniques and tips veterans can use to stay healthy.

way-see-head-toe-guide-common-orthopaedic-conditions The Way I See It: A Head to Toe Guide to Common Orthopaedic Conditions, by Dr. Thomas J. Neviaser, MD

We recommend this book for learning about common bone & joint conditions and other medical conditions.

Nutritional Health

Discover articles, book recommendations and other nutritional tips to keep your body in good shape using nutrition!

BRNewsletter-01We highly recommend this monthly newsletter packed with information by Dr. Russell Blaylock. Subscribe to The Blaylock Wellness Report today and learn more about your nutritional health!

Safety & Accessibility

As our aging veteran population continually grows, our responsibility to make sure our vets can safely access their homes, workplaces and other environments grows with it. Check out these valuable resources to make Safety & Accessibility a part of our daily lives.

More articles are coming soon!