Hypertension is common among veterans and can be service connected. Learn how the VA rates high blood pressure on and off medication.
Although the VA does not offer direct disability benefits for obesity, veterans can receive benefits for obesity-related conditions.
Pulmonary hypertension can be caused by several service-connected lung conditions that can increase your VA disability ratings for lung problems.
Leg pain can be caused by a lot of things. If you are a veteran with Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), it could be service-connected or a secondary condition.
Avascular necrosis can be caused by a number of injuries to your hips or bones. There are plenty of secondary conditions connected to it, so seek help when you apply for VA disability.
Veterans with PTSD are more likely to suffer from TIA mini-strokes than the average american. See how you can get a VA ratings on your condition from us.