Agent Orange was one of the most important herbicides used in the Vietnam War, but it led to a skin condition called chloracne in many Vietnam Veterans. Exposure to herbicides with a toxin called dioxinRead Full Article
Veterans are entitled to compensation depending on the type of disability. However, ratings can be confusing if you have never requested compensation before. This article will go over the rating for kidney disease and howRead Full Article
Lung nodules sound scary, but many people don’t know they have them until they get a chest x-ray. Because nodules count as any spot on the lungs that develops for mysterious reasons, many Veterans haveRead Full Article
VA disability benefits aren’t only available for chronic conditions or specific surgeries. Many female Veterans are surprised to discover that VA disability benefits are available for hysterectomies, which are surgeries that remove some or allRead Full Article
Radiculopathy is a condition that affects many Veterans. If left unaddressed, it can worsen considerably and negatively impact quality of life and the ability to function day to day. Veterans living with life-changing injuries andRead Full Article
About 1 in 10 adults is affected by restless leg syndrome: a neurological and lifelong condition characterized by an uncontrollable and uncomfortable urge to move one’s legs, usually ceaselessly. For Veterans and other Americans, restlessRead Full Article
Millions of Americans experience some form of peripheral neuropathy, especially those affected by diabetes. But many Veterans also acquire this condition due to their military service or because of underlying conditions that were not adequatelyRead Full Article
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