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This issue features many aspects of healthcare and how it fits into military life, from how corpsman handle the day to day injuries of their troop in the field, to what happens when a soldier is seriously injured, to treating the extended psychological damage war causes (in the form of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder). In addition to the health of soldiers, this issue discusses the hardships of those who deal with the military. Joanne Angeles discusses military family health, both the coverage military families receive from the government as well as the strain these families face worrying about their loved ones on tour. William G. Wood provides a personal look into how the military deals with soldiers who have family crises at home while they are on tour. Finally, Miriam Hanna discusses the unexpected emotional toll on physicians who treat the battle wounded and shell shocked. This War and Health Issue of your Journal of the Student National Medical Association has successfully covered all the effects of war on health.

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