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Speeding up the process of veterans benefits
Posted October 16, 2014

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has taken a lot of flack over the past few years when it comes to veterans benefits, and rightfully so. The backlog of those waiting for their benefits has been on the uprise for years, with the average wait time for benefits skyrocketing to 923 days by the end of 2013. Many were simply not getting the treatment they needed.


Mini-strokes may cause PTSD
Posted October 13, 2014

Post-traumatic stress disorder is usually associated with veterans returning from war, those who have had near-death experiences or people who have been abused. However, a recent study from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany reported that mini-strokes could also cause PTSD, even in cases where they do not cause lasting physical damage.


A call to modernize disability benefits
Posted October 09, 2014

Disability benefits from the Social Security Administration can be a great way to fill in a wage gap caused by an inability to work. However, many people spend months, perhaps even years, waiting for their benefits to be approved. In this time, there is a limit to the amount of money disabled people can make, making it extremely difficult to survive.


Female veterans must get more help from VA
Posted September 29, 2014

There’s been a backlog and issues with veterans disability at the the Department of Veterans Affairs for years. The promises to help fix these problems and speed the process up have slowly started to come to fruition, but one prominent advocacy group said female veterans still need far more help after they return home.


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