Soldiers’ concussion symptoms tied to stress

Soldiers’ concussion symptoms tied to stress

Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 31-Jan-2008

Traumatic brain injury, often described as the “silent epidemic” of the Iraq war, may be less to blame for soldiers’ symptoms than doctors once thought, contends a provocative military study that suggests post-traumatic stress and depression often play a role.

Read More: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22904216/

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