It seems like Americans can’t watch a program, let alone a sporting event on television, without seeing advertisements about low testosterone, or products designed to treat those who “suffer from Low-T.” Like any other ad, these commercials were created to entice consumers to buy products. And along with beer, soft drinks, cars and athletic apparel, […]
Entries for March, 2014
If you have been using a CA Veteran Resource book that is a year or more old, you will see great improvements in the 2014 version. The new and improved book is much more user friendly, and is divided into chapters, each dealing with a specific topic of interest to Veterans. Hopefully, this new system […]
By Debbie Gregory. On March 24, 2014, the Student Veterans of America (SVA) released the first wave of their findings from the Million Records Project. The project is an SVA initiative designed to gain a better understanding of Veteran and other non-traditional college students. Approximately 1 million college records were reviewed for the study. The […]
By Debbie Gregory. This year, thousands of Veterans are looking for new careers. Many of these Veterans are also recent college graduates, or are soon to be grads, courtesy of the Post-9/11 GI Bill. The ability to find employment that is both satisfying and sustainable has become an issue for Veterans throughout the country. A […]
By Debbie Gregory. A common reason that Veterans use for not seeking the help they need is that they don’t know where to go to get that help. A steady string of campaigns designed to modernize the VA is making that excuse as obsolete as a rotary phone. During the last few years, the VA […]
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