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Army works to offset combat stress in Iraq

Doctors call the treatment “three hots and a cot.” Soldiers and commanders see it as a much-needed lifeline in the middle of a relentless and bloody war. The U.S. Army has sent psychiatrists to Iraq to help soldiers showing signs of combat stress since the 2003 invasion. But now it is sending doctors to the country’s most intense combat zones to pull soldiers from units for extensive therapy. Full Story

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