War Related Illness and Injury Study Center
‘She thought the same way I that I thought:’ a qualitative study of patient-provider concordance among Gulf War Veterans with Gulf War Illness
Factors associated with a diagnosis of sarcoidosis among US veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan
Effect of Problem-solving Treatment on Self-reported Disability Among Veterans With Gulf War Illness: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
Short-term PM exposure and social stress cause pulmonary and cardiac dysfunction
Under-recognition of medically unexplained symptom (MUS) conditions among US Veterans with Gulf War Illness.
A comparison of alternative selection methods for reporting spirometric parameters in healthy adults
Symptom attribution to a medically unexplained syndrome is associated with greater perceived severity and bothersomeness of symptoms in US military veterans
"Because the country, it seems though, has turned their back on me": Experiences of institutional betrayal among veterans living with Gulf War Illness
Potentially traumatic events and health among lesbian, gay, bisexual and heterosexual Vietnam veterans: Results from the Vietnam Era Health Retrospective Observational study
Hemorheological responses to an acute bout of maximal exercise in Veterans with Gulf War Illness
Effects of Linear Periodization Training on Performance Gains and Injury Prevention in a Garrisoned Military Unit.
Diagnostic workup of constrictive bronchiolitis (CB) in the military veteran.
Understanding Veterans’ Causal Attributions of Physical Symptoms
Coping with Suicidal Urges: An Important Factor for Suicidal Risk Assessment and Intervention
Safety, Tolerability and Efficacy of Dietary Supplementation with Concord Grape Juice in Gulf War Veterans with Gulf War Illness
Towards the objective assessment of suicidal states: Some neurocognitive deficits may be temporally related to suicide attempt
Mental Health Conditions and Hospitalizations for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions Among Veterans with Diabetes
Exercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans with Deployment-Related Exposures
Post-Exertional Malaise in Veterans with Gulf War Illness
Doctor Recommendations are Related to Patient Interest and Use of Behavioral Treatment for Chronic Pain and Addiction
Are Common Sense Model constructs and Self-Efficacy Simultaneously Correlated with Self-Management Behaviors and Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review
Coping with Medically Unexplained Physical Symptoms: The Role of Illness Beliefs and Behaviors
Progression of Intervention-Focused Research for Gulf War Illness
Impact of presumed service-connected diagnosis on the Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare utilization patterns of Vietnam-Theater Veterans
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