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Am I a Veteran?

Many men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces are unsure about their status as veterans. Read this article to find out why and learn what to do about it.

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5 Job-Related Resources for Vets

Finding a job can be a challenge under any circumstances. But for Gulf War-era II veterans (the name given to…

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5 Reasons to Get Your Hearing Checked

Returning to civilian life after military service carries with it a unique set of challenges for veterans, whether they saw…

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Rodger Young: the deaf and nearly blind Medal of Honor recipient

Rodger Wilton Young may not be a household name, but his heroics, bravery and selflessness exhibited everything the Medal of…

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TBI and Hearing Loss: Chronic Conditions Many Veterans Struggle With

A TBI is usually the result of a violent blow or jolt to the head and can result in symptoms ranging from headache and dizziness to sensory issues.

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13 Tinnitus Triggers You Should Know

If you have tinnitus, you’ve probably noticed certain tinnitus triggers that can set off your symptoms or make them worse. Use this guide to help identify your tinnitus triggers and keep your symptoms at bay.

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How to Fall Asleep with Tinnitus

If you have tinnitus (perceived noises in the ear), you may already know how difficult it can be to fall asleep with tinnitus. Fortunately, there are a variety of solutions that can help.

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How to Prepare for a Hearing Aid Appointment

If you’ve decided it’s time to try hearing aids, pat yourself on the back. It’s a decision that often takes…

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5 Reasons to Give Hearing Aids Another Try

Hearing aids are very personal and can often seem complicated. Since every individual’s hearing loss and subsequent needs are unique,…

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Mindful Breathing for Veterans

You’ve trained for the harshest conditions. You can survive for weeks with barely any food and stay alive for days…

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