When you think about Independence Day, you often think about delicious food, family, and fireworks that light up the night sky. However, for some, fireworks can be a source of stress, especially for those Veterans who suffer from PTSD.
Independence Day is almost here! As you hop in the pool, start up the grill, and celebrate America, consider some of these safety tips from the American Red Cross.
As the summer cookout season kicks off, make sure your medication and alcohol are okay to mix.
Adam Sandoval is hitting the road for a cross-country ride to honor those who have served and to give away bikes to eight lucky vets. Learn about the first honoree, USMC Veteran Shane Krutchten.
A PCS brings change, change, and more change. Whether you’re feeling good or bad about moving, it is common to experience some level of stress during this time. Here are some tips to manage PCS stress.
The thought of someone wanting to die can leave you feeling helpless, lost, and even guilty. So what can you do to help?
The 2017 Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games will be held June 30 - July 8 in Chicago, Illinois.
Most people generally know that tobacco use, like smoking or dipping, is harmful to their health. But, have you ever thought about how tobacco use could affect you pets?
MAPIT stands for Marine Awareness and Prevention Integrated Training. But what is it? MAPIT is a tiered initiative which intends to improve the total fitness of all Marines, thereby improving mission readiness.
Animals that sit patiently with you can bring comfort, help you express emotions, teach you to nurture others, and provide unconditional love.