Gulf War-era veterans now make up the largest portion of veterans within America, survey finds.
Although the evidence for rTMS shows promise, more studies are needed to thoroughly assess the aftermath of post-concussion symptoms among military veterans.
The study was conducted by researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health and the VA Boston Healthcare System.
A recent study by Augusta University found that female Gulf War veterans are still experiencing the burden of debilitating symptoms from their deployment, even decades later.
In a Journal of Traumatic Stress study of military veterans, lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) veterans were twice as likely to have experienced sexual assault while in the military compared with non-LGB