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A retired judge and WWII Veteran celebrates his 105th birthday at VA Boston's Community Living Center. Judge Leighton was surrounded by staff, family and admirers as he reflected on the past 105 years.
“Veterans who have a good experience are more likely to return for care, and thus focusing on the Veteran experience will strengthen loyalty and maintain VA Boston as the provider of choice for Veterans,” said Ritter.
Each day an average of 20 Veterans die by suicide. Pause a moment to do some simple math. That number translates into nearly one death an hour of each day. Suicide is an issue that requires an enormous prevention effort.
Having healthy alternatives for dealing with physical and mental pain is important to everyone. There is a new study at the VA Boston Healthcare Jamaica Plain Campus that is looking at how people who suffer...
I was flat on my back staring in terror at the hall ceiling, like a turtle some malicious child had upended. I couldn’t move my arms or legs. My wife, Nancy, heard me cry out. She came running and saw me...
The National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic (NDVWSC) is taking place in Snowmass Village, Colo., once again. This event has been hosted annually in Snowmass Village and symbolizes the resolve of disabled Vets...