Symptoms of constrictive bronchiolitis are similar to asthma, which makes it hard to diagnose. The disease is now on the VA’s list of presumptive conditions associated with exposure to burn pits.
The VA does not rate all dental problems, but there are many they do. Many are service-connected as secondary conditions.
Veterans may develop asthma from exposure to toxic substances during active duty service. Learn about VA disability benefits for this chronic condition.
It is possible to link your smoking habit and smoking-related conditions to your military service. If you’re still an active smoker, it’s also possible (and advisable) to kick the habit.
Veterans who are diagnosed with emphysema may be eligible for benefits if they can connect their symptoms with their service.
Asbestos and lung cancer (mesothelioma) are well known, but did you know you can get VA disability for other conditions linked to asbestos?