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April 3, 2013 Share Tools Technology has always played a big part in providing and improving healthcare for U.S. soldiers, both at home and abroad. For instance, the Blue Button, launched in 2010 , initially was designed as a means for veterans to
THE Australian Defence Force could deploy its first woman to a frontline combat position by the end of the year, although just a handful have applied so far. Defence force chief David Hurley says the initial slow response is not unexpected. So far,
interview with a San Diego female marine I think that the civilian view of military life is skewed. When I used to tell people I was a Marine, I could see them picturing me crawling under barbed wire through a battlefield, taking fire and barking
03 ET Can unleashing inner creativity heal the sick? Nine-year-old leukaemia patient Ryan is in no doubt. "It makes you feel like you can do anything really," he says of the art therapy classes he enjoys, thanks to a US charity.
Starting Monday, a comprehensive cancer center at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will bear Mr. Murtha's name, too. The popular Democratic congressman died in 2010 but his legacy is still remembered at home in Johnstown, in Washington
In swirling water above his head, he managed to swim to his neighbor's home. The next morning, the public school teacher checked on another neighbor. "'Tell me it's a pillow.' And then, when I felt it, I touched it, I knew it wasn't. I knew it was
More than 51,000 soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines have suffered wounds in Iraq and Afghanistan. Many who in earlier wars would have died are living productive lives because health care has greatly improved, especially for traumatic injuries,
She was in medium condition as she was taken to the hospital. The motorcyclists were also treated by the medics, and their condition was determined to be light.
Volume 49, Issue number 5 is now available at http://www.rehab.research.va.gov/jour/2012/495/contents495.html . This special, single topic issue, includes four guest editorials from leaders in the field of study, all related to the 2010 revisions of
54 a.m. on Aug. 21, Hewitt resident Sean Grass, 24, was driving a 2001 black Hyundai southwest on Clinton Road. The crash occurred in the vicinity of 1905 Clinton Road, which is close to the road's intersection with Warwick Turnpike. "He left the