August 2016 Table of Contents
Four decades ago, spinal-cord injured veterans dealt with troubling care practices at the Bronx VA Hospital. Now, their standard of living has improved.
PVA members were among the almost 500 servicemen and women who pushed themselves to the limit at the Invictus Games' first visit to the United States
PVA's 70th Annual Convention was an opportunity to remember the past while looking forward to changing lives and building brighter futures for seriously injured veterans.
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We need to better understand all of women veterans' concerns so we can be more effective advocates for them.
The theme of what I've been writing about is the struggle that we're engaged in to make things easier for ourselves and those who follow us.
Michael W. Burns has worn many hats in his life.
The unique needs of individuals with spinal-cord injuries (SCI) leave questions about diet.
Automatic doors are a common and convenient part of life
The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) claims process can often be confusing and frustrating.
"You can ignore your troubles all you want to, but tomorrow they will still be there."