High Cholesterol is common among veterans, but is more often a side-effect of a different service-connected disability.
Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia are warning signs of diabetes. If you are a veteran with these blood sugar imbalances, it may be caused by your time in the service.
Studies have shown a link between diabetes and PTSD in veterans. If you are going to apply for VA disability, make sure everything counts.
Blood clots and vein problems in veterans from DVT can cause pain, circulatory problems, and even death. Find out if you qualify for VA benefits.
Numbness in your hands or feet is called neuropathy, and is often a symptom of diabetes. The VA gives ratings for a host of conditions surrounding diabetes.
Depending on where you were stationed you might be eligible for VA disability for the infectious diseases you have or the complications that came later.