Vets urged to access healthcare services online

Recipients can request prescription refills, sign up for text message reminders about their health care and ask non-urgent questions via video, telephone or the VA's secure online messaging system.

Brain injuries in Iraq draw attention to invisible war wounds

Unlike physical wounds, such as burns or the loss of limbs, traumatic brain injuries aren't obvious and can take time to diagnose. The full impact — physically and psychologically — may not be evident for some time, as studies have shown links between TBI and mental health problems.

Discovered letters reveal one soldier’s experience of World War II

George Bader was always the pillar of strength in his family: A father of three who worked two jobs to support his wife Ruthie and their children. But it wasn’t until almost 20 years after his death in 1998 that some of his most fascinating secrets came to life.  

Veterans-turned-entrepreneurs compete for business prize money

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, veterans have a harder time getting access to capital for business startups. That's why the Center for Entrepreneurship at Hofstra University in Hempstead offers its services for members of the military.