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Vol. 2, No. 37, June 12, 2000

VA's Mountaineer
Doctor Television

Funded by the federal government, Mountaineer Doctor Television, or MDTV, is a perfect example of how telemedicine networks across America are reshaping health care delivery for veterans and others.

Managing Your Health Online
"Know the source of the information," warns Jay Siwek in his "One Last Piece of Advice" column in the Health section of The Washington Post on April 25. He includes six government sites you can trust when it comes to your health.

The Work Site for Disabled SSA Beneficiaries
Across America, employers are looking for new workers, and Americans with disabilities are looking for jobs, said President Clinton. This site will help.
Census Bureau's 2001 Residential Finance Survey
In a country of 118 million housing units and 275 million people, providing timely, relevant, and quality national data is often a monumental task. Census is looking for ways to conduct the 2001 Residential Finance Survey electronically.

In This Issue

VA Telemedicine

Managing Your Health

The Work Page

Residential Financial Survey

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