The active ingredient in psychedelic mushrooms may be more effective at treating depression than a leading antidepressant, a study has found, potentially opening up new avenues of treatment for troops who suffer from the debilitating condition.
From the street, the Currier Museum of Art might have looked dormant during its three-month closure this winter, but the Manchester museum was humming with activity — with new classrooms being built for a veteran-focused art education program and two fresh exhibits being installed.
CONCORD — A federal inspection of the New Hampshire Veterans Home last December found inadequate infectious disease control practices that officials said may have contributed to continuing spread at the Tilton home where 37 residents died from the virus.
Monday was National Vietnam War Veterans Day. Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Peter M. Aylward, director of the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration, released a statement about the significance of the day.
New Hampshire congressman Chris Pappas has called on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to brief his staff about what he termed an “unsatisfactory investigation” into wrongdoings at the VA hospital in Vermont.
The Army has for a third time in three years adjusted its combat-driven fitness test to include new scoring tiers for male and female soldiers meant to acknowledge their “biological differences,” top service officials announced.
A proposed reform would speed up health care and other benefits to veterans exposed to toxic substances overseas or in this country, said Paul Lloyd, past president of the New Hampshire Veterans of Foreign Wars.
A state examination of infection control at the Tilton Veterans Home, released Thursday, offers no insight into what went wrong in November and December as one of the state’s deadliest COVID-19 outbreaks raged.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Queen City Memorial Post 8214’s Voice of Democracy contest winner went on to be awarded first place at the district and state level, and will go on to the national competition this spring.
Despite the criticism of a federal watchdog agency and two New Hampshire congressional representatives, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs said it feels no need to disturb the findings in a whistleblower case involving the VA hospital in Vermont.
An independent federal watchdog agency has faulted the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for its investigation of whistleblower complaints against the former chief anesthesiologist at the Vermont VA hospital accused of slapping nurses.
WASHINGTON - When a Defense Department civilian employee reports a sexual assault by a civilian colleague, the incident is excluded from a Pentagon database. This information gap needs to be filled, says a new federal watchdog report.
After receiving no applicants for the first two months of the program, the YMCA of Greater Londonderry is spreading the word about a new program that offers a youth camp one weekend a month, and a special discount for National Guard, Reserve or active military families.