Mary Bochanis, 92, is the Red Cross' longest-serving volunteer, but she still makes it home to catch her soaps.
Brian Mast was inspired to run for a U.S. House seat after losing both his legs in Afghanistan six years ago.
Can spending time in nature help heal veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury? As suicides from PTSD sufferers only increase, the Institute for Integrative Health (TIIH) seeks out answers to this important question through their new Green Road project, which just opened at the Naval Support Activity Bethesda, home of Walter Reed Military Medical Center, in Maryland.
Sitting on Dr. Peter Liacouras's desk is a razor, a stick of deodorant, and a partially built prosthetic arm. Behind him, several 3D printers buzz away. His goal is simple: to allow wounded service members to do the things that they used to do before getting injured.
When I see the Memorial Day photos of Arlington, I know those simple white markers represent entire lives. They are the boys running across a soccer field, the kid bagging your groceries, the girls playing varsity volleyball -- every one of them somebody's child who had an entire life of promise ahead.
In 2013, a physical therapist at the hospital told Fox News that Mills "walks in [to patients' rooms] with his four prosthetics
"The detectives asked me if I was 'gonna let that asshole get away with murder'," Price said, according to the statement
"They started asking me my story, and other war fighters started telling me their story. 'It's like you're speaking for me
Prince Harry Walter Reed Medical Center: Captain Wales Wears Camo To Visit Wounded Warriors (PHOTOS)
Next, the British royal heads to Colorado for the 2013 Warrior Games, an athletic competition among 200 injured and ill service
According to federal records, ESCAB has held contracts with the Department of Defense, the Treasury Department and the General
Morris and Kelly were first put into the spotlight in May when the Chive posted a story about the couple with a series of
Jim Gaffigan recently spoke with me about why he's reaching out to military families, why becoming famous has been both a blessing and a curse, and why his stand-up doesn't need swear words to hit home.
There are two more scheduled community forums in the coming months, on Nov. 17 and Feb. 2, locations TBA. Photo: Otis Historical
“Bringing together both the Army’s and Navy’s medical systems is akin to reuniting family,” wrote Marine Cpl. Tyler Southern
Despite such challenges, the amputees at Walter Reed tackle their rehabilitation with aggressive cheer. Many wear T-shirts