The long-term hospitalization experience following military service in the 1991 Gulf War among veterans remaining on active duty, 1994-2004
- Health outcomes of veterans of the Persian Gulf War. Andolsek, Kathryn M. // American Family Physician;2/1/1997, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p674
Presents summaries of the articles `Mortality among U.S. veterans of the Persian Gulf War,' by H.K. Kang and T.A. Bullman, `The postwar hospitalization experience of U.S. veterans of the Persian Gulf War,' by G.C. Gray, et al and `Disease and suspicion after the Persian Gulf War,' by E.W....
- Illness tied to a potent `cocktail.' Newman, Richard J.; English, Carey W. // U.S. News & World Report;04/14/97, Vol. 122 Issue 14, p44
Focuses on Gulf War syndrome. Research to be presented at a conference of the Experimental Biology Society which may finally help explain some of the symptoms and disabilities claimed by more than 30,000 gulf war veterans; Findings made by Mohamed Abou-Donia regarding insecticides and an...
- Battle scars take years to surface. Kleiner, Kurt // New Scientist;8/19/95, Vol. 147 Issue 1991, p8
Reports the findings of a study by Andy Morgan of the West Haven Veteran's Affairs Medical Center in Connecticut on the symptoms of post-traumatic stress suffered by Gulf war soldiers. Nature of symptoms; Treatment of symptoms.
- Who cares for the Gulf war veterans? O'Brien, Alexandra // New Statesman;02/05/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4523, p25
Offers a look at the sufferings of 1991 Gulf War veterans in Great Britain. Medical and health problems of the veterans; How the government treated the veterans; Changes in the behavior of the veterans; Burden of the families of veterans; Number of veterans who have died of diseases and...
- Nerve pill sapped soldiers' defences. Kleiner, Kurt // New Scientist;4/27/96, Vol. 150 Issue 2027, p4
Reports that `Gulf War syndrome,' a debilitating collection of ailments afflicting Gulf veterans, may be caused by an exposure to a combination of an anti-nerve gas agent and two pesticides, according to researchers at Duke University and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. ...
- Britain launches two studies of `Gulf War syndrome' ... O'Brien, Claire // Nature;12/19/1996, Vol. 384 Issue 6610, p604
Reports on the decision by Britain's Ministry of Defence (MoD) to conduct two epidemiological studies of illness among Gulf War veterans. The symptoms of `Gulf War syndrome'; Details of how the studies will be conducted.
- Mixed messages for Gulf War vets. // U.S. News & World Report;1/20/97, Vol. 122 Issue 2, p11
Discusses the finding of a United States presidential panel investigating the so-called gulf-war syndrome. The panel's finding that stress, not chemicals or pollutants, is a likely factor in syndrome's symptoms; Finding of a study in the `Journal of the American Medical Association' (JAMA)...
- `No difference' in chronic illness in Gulf War troops. // Nature;1/23/1997, Vol. 385 Issue 6614, p288
Reports on the findings of an investigation by the United States Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs comparing the incidence of chronic illness between two registries of US troops engaged in the Gulf War. The discovery of no difference between those exposed to nerve gas and those not...
- No such syndrome. // New Scientist;8/12/95, Vol. 147 Issue 1990, p11
Reports about a study of the Gulf War syndrome by the Pentagon. Details of the study.