Stress not cause of Gulf War Syndrome
A British Study, concluded last Autumn, has dispelled any ideas that stress could be a cause of Gulf War Syndrome. The study of 111 disabled Desert Storm veterans from Great Britain found that Gulf War illness was not a psychiatric disorder connected to stress. The study was funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and was conclusive.
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