CrossFit Training For Veterans Seeking Better Mental Health

The NHS sets aside just 0.007% of its annual budget for mental health services for veterans, according to the BBC. Yet, the Centre for Mental Health reports that one in five veterans experience mental illness. It, therefore, makes sense for veterans to take control of their own mental health by embarking on a boot camp-style CrossFit training… Read More

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Useful Resources for Veterans' Education

On Veteran’s Day, vets are expected to be inundated with appreciation and thank you’s. If you have ever worn the uniform, then you understand that being a vet is not something that happens just a day a year. This is something that is with you for life. With this in mind, we are lucky to… Read More

CompTIA 220-1001 Exam: Preparation Can’t Be Easier Than with Practice Tests

No matter what your profession is and where you work, you will always want to make sure that you are able to go forward in your career. However, achieving this task can be challenging in most cases because if you want to go forth, you need time to learn new skills. Taking out that time… Read More

Tips to Prepare for Your Comp TIA 220-901 with Exam Dumps

General Overview CompTIA is a world-renowned non-profit organisation that offers various IT certifications. Their credentials come in five categories including Core, Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, and Additional Professional. The certifications offered are intended for candidates of different skills level, and the A+ credential is the main one – as it opens doors to launch your career in… Read More

5 Tips for Veterans to Succeed in College

For a stouthearted veteran whose epic military experiences can serve as inspiration for a big-budget blockbuster, entering the serene environment of academic life can be even more disturbing than blazing away in the eye of ensuing havoc. Indeed, the college habitat, where students focus on the run-of-the-mill monologue of a stuck-up professor or spend their… Read More

Government Boost for Veterans’

The UK government has given the Office for Veterans’ Affairs (OVA) a £5 million funding boost. The newly created government set-up ensures that ex-Servicemen and women have access to medical treatment and training. It will also tackle the growing number of homeless veterans. Charities, MP’s and stakeholders have often expressed the need for a coordinated… Read More

Understanding the Needs of Veterans Seeking Support for Mental Health Difficulties

Research Paper Title Understanding the needs of veterans seeking support for mental health difficulties. Background Since the late 1990s, studies have been conducted in the UK to monitor the health and well-being of military personnel. The bulk of this work has been conducted by researchers at King’s College London, first after the 1991 Gulf War… Read More