The VHL will help Veterans stay well and healthy, and take a more active...
Colorectal cancer (cancer in the colon or rectum) is a leading cause of cancer...
Waiting for biopsy results is never easy. But you’ll know your results within days.
A hip fracture occurs when the hip bone cracks or breaks. Hear about how a hip fracture is treated and what steps you can take to prevent it.
High blood pressure leads to heart disease and other serious health problems. Learn how to manage and keep this “silent killer” from threatening your health.
Prevention means taking steps to avoid illness and injury. It’s a key to staying well. Learn how to use prevention to protect your health, and how to respond early to the first signs of a problem.
Tests give your provider facts about your health. They help identify the disease or condition causing your problem. Tests also help point to the best treatment options.
Treatments combat a health problem. Your provider will tell you the options you have for treating your condition. Learn more about all kinds of treatments here.
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