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Am Fam Physician. 2013;88(9):001-003

American Council on EducationInformation on academic credit for military experience
eBenefitsBenefits and services available to veterans
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of AmericaProvides health, employment, education, and community resources
Post 9/11 GI BillEducational benefits provided by the VA
Posttraumatic stress disorder treatment program locatorProvides a list of specialized programs available in each state
Servicemembers Opportunity CollegesEducational opportunities available to service members
Student Veterans of AmericaResources and support for student veterans to thrive in postsecondary education and beyond
Toolkit for Veteran Friendly InstitutionsInformation to help institutions of higher education build effective programs for veteran students
ULifelineResource center with information on emotional health
Vet centers*Information on helping veterans and their families with readjustment counseling and outreach services
Veterans Crisis LineConnects veterans in crisis and their family/friends with qualified VA responders through a confidential toll-free hotline (800-273-TALK [8255]), online chat, or text
Veterans Health AdministrationInformation on health benefits, medical centers, social services, long-term care, and more
Veterans of Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, and New DawnBenefits and programs offered by the VA
Anabolic agentsBanned
Antiestrogens (aromatase inhibitors)Banned
Possible medical exception: permitted if required for treatment of specific endocrinopathy
Beta2 agonistsBanned
Possible medical exception: permitted for inhalation to treat asthma
Beta blockersBanned for rifle only
CaffeineConcentrations in urine cannot be greater than 15 mcg per mL
Possible medical exception: if no appropriate alternative available
GlucocorticoidsProhibited in competition
Possible medical exception: permitted for specific short-term indication
Hormones (growth hormone and erythropoietin)Banned
Possible medical exception: for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder treatment (strict enforcement)

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