Study finds Gulf War syndrome is linked to physical brain disruptions

03/22/2013 | New Scientist

Gulf War veterans reporting mysterious symptoms including sudden aches, fatigue and memory issues may actually be suffering from a physical condition related to disrupted circuitry in the brain, according to an imaging study. Some scientists believe Gulf War syndrome is psychosomatic rather than physical. But the new results, scientists say, is further evidence that the syndrome needs to be treated as a physical issue with painkillers rather than counseling.

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