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Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

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  • Police: Deltaville woman killed in Middlesex County crash

    MIDDLESEX — A Deltaville woman died Monday in a crash on Twiggs Ferry Road in Middlesex County, according to the Virginia State Police. The accident occurred on Route 3 east of Route 653, Stampers Bay Road, around 12:22 p.m. According to police, a...
  • Doctors Hospital among 3 Riverside locations hit by Medicare fines

    Doctors Hospital among 3 Riverside locations hit by Medicare fines
    In a second round of fines related to the quality of certain performance measures instituted by the Affordable Care Act, three Riverside hospitals will take a 1 percent hit in Medicare reimbursements for the next fiscal year. The across-the-board...
  • Obama hails troops' sacrifice as Afghan milestone nears

    Obama hails troops' sacrifice as Afghan milestone nears
    President Obama vowed Thursday that Afghanistan would not "be a source of terrorist attacks again," crediting America's military for helping make the nation more secure as the U.S. prepares to end its combat mission there. On a Christmas Day visit...
  • Obama thanks troops, lauds end of Afghanistan mission

    Obama thanks troops, lauds end of Afghanistan mission
    Days before the U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan ends, President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, thanked American troops during a Christmas Day visit to Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kanoehe Bay. One man in the crowd yelled "Huah!", a traditional...
  • Workshop set for patients with chronic health conditions

    A 6-week workshop is set to begin on Jan. 14 at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital in Gloucester to help those who suffer from chronic health conditions. The free workshop will provide tips from pain management and nutrition, to treatment options and...
  • Vietnam veteran connects with wounded Marine Corps soldier in Hampton

    Matthew Fuller and Don McCrea grew up different eras, they fought in different wars and they returned home under different circumstances. But they share a bond of military service that resonates well after their duty is complete. McCrea, an Air Force...
  • Free health information, screenings, education

    Parenting skills may not come naturally, so the "Active Parenting" classes at Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News aim to teach skills that all can use. "A Parent's Guide to Raising Happy and Successful Children, ages 5 to 12: Kids Don't Come with...
  • Deltaville man charged after ramming van into deputy's car

    Deltaville man charged after ramming van into deputy's car
    A Deltaville man has been charged with attempted murder after he rammed his van into a deputy's car Tuesday, flipping the van and injurying the deputy, according to the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office. Deputies were responding to a domestic...
  • New advance planning initiative kicks off in Virginia

    On Monday, the Advance Care Planning Coalition of Eastern Virginia announced the launch of its "As You Wish" campaign, an initiative to increase the number of people signing advance directives for health care. The coalition includes the area's major...
  • Bluewater Warriors shares the joy of being on the water

    Bluewater Warriors shares the joy of being on the water
    For many injured military veterans, being able to go boating is a treasured experience. There are organizations and individuals that take vets out on the water, but Karen and Andrew Grego of Bluewater Warriors have gone to extremes. With help from...
  • Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army

    Profectus gets more investment for Ebola vaccine, from U.S. Army
    The U.S. Army is giving Profectus BioSciences $8.5 million to put toward human trials of the Ebola virus vaccine, bringing the Baltimore biotechnology company's fundraising total for the project to more than $17 million in a matter of days. Profectus had...