Essay heading: A Soldiers Heart

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This lack of treatment capability becomes even more intriguing when one considers that the population ultimately suffering from this disorder is this nations pride and joy. They come first in funding, secondary schooling and employment; but they are not privy to treatment when they don’t measure up to our standards of what it means to be a man...
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Da Costa identified a series of symptoms that lead him to conduct one of the first studies of a war syndrome. Da Costa studied 300 soldiers who suffered from a syndrome that he labeled “irritable heart syndrome.” These patients reported chest pains, palpitations, breathlessness, dizziness, diarrhea, obsessive thoughts of home and fatigue...
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