#HonoringVets: Grace Hopper

Navy Veteran Grace Hopper was a rear admiral of the United States Navy and an innovator in the realm of computer science. She earned her Ph.D. in mathematics from Yale and became a professor of mathematics at Vassar College before deciding to serve during World War II. In 1943 Hopper was sworn in to the […]

VA News for July 14, 2020

In the week’s VA News: Veteran trust in VA healthcare exceeds 90%, learn about the American Red Cross military and Veteran caregiver support network, and VA’s My Life, My Story program excels in sharing Veteran stories. RichGreetings my name is Rich, I own U.S Veterans and I am a Veteran. I am making a website […]

Engage in Something New

Speaker: Tiffany Miller M.Ed., CRC, PAVE Vocational Rehab Counselor With all of the changes and restrictions in place from COVID-19, it’s understandable to be feeling isolated, stressed out, and unproductive. The pandemic has altered the way we live our lives but you can still find meaning in each day by engaging in a variety of […]

#LiveWholeHealth: Time to Rest

One of the best things we can do for our health is to allot time to rest and relax. Regular periods of relaxation decrease our heart rate and blood pressure, improve our sleep, help maintain normal blood sugar levels, reduce stress hormones, improve our concentration and mood, and so much more. Do you have time […]