Ismail, Khalida
November 2001
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Nov2001, Vol. 58 Issue 11, p754
Academic Journal
Presents information on the Gulf War Syndrome. Background on the Gulf War in 1991; Symptoms experienced by Gulf war veterans; Relations between symptoms and mental health; Role of stress in Gulf War related illnesses; Relevance of sociodemographic risk factors to ill health in Gulf war veterans; Treatments for the Gulf War syndrome.


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