Have you been vaccinated? What's next?

I'm Vaccinated. What's Next?

A Veteran receiving a COVID-19 vaccine

What you can do to protect others

So, you received your second COVID-19 vaccine dose. What's next? Until vaccines are widely distributed, here are four ways to stay informed and keep yourself and others safe. Learn more.

A Veteran having an annual eye exam

Diabetes and Your Vision

Did you know regular eye exams are a critical part of self-care for diabetics? It's important to know how diabetic retinopathy happens, its symptoms, and how to prevent it. Learn more.

A Veteran and partner reviewing My HealtheVet's VA Blue Button feature

Get Your VA Medical Records Anytime

Before your next appointment, you can be better prepared to talk with your doctor. In this YouTube video, learn more about what VA Blue Button can do for you. Learn more.

Veterans exercising at their VA medical center

Achieve Your Healthy Weight

There's no perfect weight for everyone. But there's a weight that's healthiest for you. Adopting healthy habits will serve your well-being better than any number on the scale. Learn more.

A Veteran using VA Video Connect to talk to their doctor about blood pressure

Blood Pressure: Questions to Ask Your Doctor

It's important to have a good relationship with your doctor. When you talk to them about your blood pressure, these questions can help you stay on track. Learn more.

A Veterans reviewing apps on the VA app store

Five Apps We Know You'll Love

Maintaining a balanced lifestyle that includes regular sleep, managing stress, and finding time to refocus is harder than it seems. Here are five apps we think can help. Learn more.

A Veteran getting information about the Airborne Hazards and Burn Pit Registry

Airborne Hazards and Burn Pit Information 

Joining the VA Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry can help you learn more about your health and get connected to care. Learn more.

A doctor walking a patient through their numbers

What is Atrial Fibrillation?

Atrial fibrillation, or 'AFib,' is a common abnormality that affects millions of people. Living a heart-healthy lifestyle can lower your chances of problems. Learn more.

A Veteran showing a fellow Veteran information about the Great American Spit Out

Ditch the Dip

Taking steps to leave tobacco behind may seem daunting. But small changes you make today can add up over time and help you quit for good. Learn more.

Learn about continued debt relief options for Veterans

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