Most of the wounded veterans from those wars were not hurt during combat. Their injuries can also be quite serious, even if they don't receive the same attention as the more visible wounds from guns, grenades and roadside bombs.
Curt Schilling says he's completed chemotherapy treatments and has radiation remaining
Physical therapy clinics agree to $2.7M settlement of false claims allegations
American Samoa extends school closures amid pink eye outbreak affecting students, teachers
Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam picked to lead Virginia mental health task force
Report: Overhaul's exchange coverage yields more expensive, specialty drug claims
Women in Montgomery County are expected to live for 84.9 years, the second longest life expectancy for women in any county or county-equivalent in the United States, according to a Seattle-based health research center.
TV host Samantha Harris: I'm battling breast cancer, but I'll beat it for my daughters' sake
Correction: Cruise Ship-Illnesses story
Free high-tech devices to low-income deaf and blind people open doors to online communication
CVS kicks the tobacco habit _ industry waits to see if it's a retail rebel, or the future
Gallup survey: Obama's health coverage expansion gaining momentum
Last year, a human rights organization sharply criticized D.C. police for what it called callous treatment of sexual assault cases. But now, the it has changed its tune offering high praise for a package of reforms passed by the D.C. Council.
There are plenty of ways to maximize flavor without sacrificing the nutrition content of your food. Here are some tips from a local dietitian.
What if the human body could use its own blood to repair itself? A relatively new type of pain therapy has potential to help with osteoarthritis and patients who need knee replacements.
Medicare paid some doctors $3 million or more apiece in 2012; one got $20.8M
Detroit Pistons F Josh Smith out with patella tendinitis in game against former Hawks team
Medical Association says it won't block April 9 release of Medicare billings for 880K doctors
Chicago's Cardinal George won't go to Rome for canonizations, resuming chemotherapy for cancer
Oklahoma City Zoo officials say 6-month-old giraffe was euthanized during surgery
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