New toxic exposure screening for Veterans

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You can now receive screening at VA medical centers and clinics across the country

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November 10, 2022

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Fast facts about new toxic exposure screening for Veterans

If you’re enrolled in VA health care, you can now receive the toxic exposure screening at VA medical centers and clinics across the country.  

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Bows and arrows provide therapy at archery match

“You really have to concentrate at the moment and forget everything else that’s going on. It really helps to clear your mind and just get into your own little place.” 

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My HealtheVet helps Army Veteran manage her care, assist Veterans

“I tell every Veteran I talk to that if you’re not on My HealtheVet, you need to sign up because it is the absolute best way to communicate with your providers, to get things done and to learn information.”

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Tai Chi fundamentals: Standing side support

Tai Chi offers a very gentle way to get the blood flowing and it is something you can do at home. If standing movement is not available to you, Tai Chi can also be done in a chair. 

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