Do Military Service Members and Student Veterans Use More Tobacco?
Why are female veterans’ underutilizing veteran and military service organizations?
This study explored tobacco use in a national sample of service member and veteran students enrolled in post-secondary institutions with the purpose of informing the development of a tobacco cessation initiative by identifying factors associated with the use of cigarettes, water pipes, cigars, and smokeless tobacco.
Does Living in Rural Areas Correlate to Higher Mental Health Distress in Veterans?
It is no secret among today’s military veterans and military/veterans service organizations (MSOs/VSOs) that Post 9/11 veterans, particularly women, are far less involved in social organizations after leaving the service. In 2017, the Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN) set out to understand why this may be happening, and Dr. David L. Albright worked with several other researchers to analyze data from more than 800 interviews.
It’s widely known that military veterans endure hardships due to their service, specifically post-combat mental and physical health issues.