Veterans "who screened positive for a mental health problem were significantly less likely to use a health care program of any kind," researchers say.
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A study of more than 200,000 veterans sheds light on the genetic basis for anxiety, as well as why anxiety and depression so often coexist.
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A survey of almost 10,000 veterans shows that health concerns rank highest among worries for vets transitioning back to civilian life.
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Veterans with a moderate or severe traumatic brain injury are more than twice as likely as those without a TBI to commit suicide.
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Though there's been a lot of research on PTSD and the toll of war, little research has focused on grief among veterans. A new study identifies seven themes.
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"...HMBG1 is one of the leading causes of the persistent cognitive dysfunction and chronic neuroinflammation associated with Gulf War illness."
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Giving women a year's supply of birth control pills would save money and prevent pregnancies, according to research with veterans.
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Being in a solid relationship can lower the risk of suicide, according to research with members of the National Guard.
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