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SundayNovember 19, 2017

Fighting for Air: Veterans Face Higher Risk for Developing Lung Diseases

COPD FoundationAmerica’s men and women who serve or have served in the military often face different health issues than their American civilians. During wartime, troops’ main health concerns are life-threatening injuries, or possible disability-related wounds from shrapnel, lost limbs, or head injuries. In addition, there are potential hazards from exposure to environmental factors such as contaminated water, chemical contact, and infections or sickness.


Luxury Apartment Complex Offers Affordable Housing for Veterans

Fairway Towne Center For RentOne-of-a-Kind Program Salutes the Service of those who have Sacrificed

PISCATAWAY, NJ – July 20, 2012 – Veterans groups are saluting an unprecedented initiative from a Piscataway-based developer to slash rents for ex-soldiers who opt to live in a luxury apartment complex now under construction on Stelton Road.


Report on Veterans, Uninsurance, and the Affordable Care Act

About 10 percent of nonelderly American veterans don’t have insurance coverage and don’t use Veterans Affairs care, according to veterans surveyed for a new Urban Institute report (see the attachment). This report is the first to estimate both national and state uninsurance rates for veterans and their families, and to gauge how many more veterans could gain insurance under the Affordable Care Act.


Joint VA/Labor Department program to retrain vets

US Department of LaborOnline site now opened for veterans to apply for education benefits

WASHINGTON– Unemployed veterans between the ages of 35 and 60 can now apply for new benefits to cover education costs for up to one year through a joint U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and U.S. Department of Labor program that focuses on retraining 99,000 veterans for high-demand jobs.  


Hadley School for the Blind Announces New Blinded Veterans Initiative

Hadley School for the BlindInitiative Supported by $300,000 Gift from Goldman Sachs Gives

On Veterans Day, November 11, 2011, The Hadley School for the Blind, an international distance education school based in Winnetka, Ill., will announce the launch of a new Blinded Veterans Initiative.


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