Climate change threatens military readiness, say experts

The growing frequency and intensity of heat waves around the globe pose "a substantial, persistent 'non-combat threat'" to military training and operations, according to experts in environmental, thermoregulatory and cardiovascular ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Why some military veterans may be more at-risk of PTSD symptoms

Service members deployed to conflict zones may be at greater risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder if they were physically, emotionally or sexually abused in childhood. This, along with other findings from a new ...


When it comes to sleep, quality could be better than quantity

According to a new study published in the journal Sleep, adults restricting sleep by two or more hours each night are more likely to suffer respiratory illnesses like flu and colds, but only when they report poor sleep quality. ...

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