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Veterans and Military Health - MedlinePlus RSS Feed
Tobacco News (Cessation and Support)
QuitDay - Offering support for veteran's who desire to stop smoking.
American Lung Association - They offer programs, advocacy, and support to those who wish to stop smoking or are battling lung disease.
Veterans and Military Family Health
When a Parent Goes to War
For parents; for kids, for teens
Strengthening our Military Families
Meeting America's Commitment - January 2011
Operation Health: Resources for Veterans and Their Families
Injured war veterans have always been a part of U.S. history, but the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have resulted in a significant increase of debilitating injuries. Returning veterans face many health issues, from physical injuries to mental health issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, substance abuse and suicide. Women returning from deployment face additional issues, while spouses and family members have unique needs of their own.
When veterans and their loved ones come to the library for information,
Do you feel prepared? Download this webinar (pdf) for best resources for specific issues.
Mental Health Resource List
List spans diagnostic tools, research portals, government organizations, nonprofits, blogs and phone hotlines devoted to addressing issues ranging from general mental illness and disorders such as autism, anxiety, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse, to the specific needs of diverse populations, including LGBTQ youth, minorities, women, and veterans.
Academic Success - Health Resources