A study has found that people with PTSD who choose their form of treatment, whether drugs or therapy, improved more than those who were prescribed one or the other regardless of their personal preference.
Veterans in need of relief for chronic pain increasingly are finding acupuncture available as a treatment option throughout the Veterans Health Administration (VHA).
Veteran James Rutland credits his four-legged friend for helping him return to health. Read about the science behind service dogs helping to treat PTSD.
The story of how a thesis project became a life-changing initiative that helps veterans battle depression, isolation and suicide.
A 2017 review reveals the best treatment options for sleep disturbances in veterans.
Paying attention to signs of isolation and sadness in veterans can help in preventing suicide and depressive disorders.
The MS Centers of Excellence utilizes a network of regional programs, telemedicine, and informatics to improve care for veterans with MS.