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Study indicates combat stress not main cause of soldier suicide spike

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A new Defense Department study casts serious doubt that combat stress is behind the recent spike in suicide rates by members of the military. The study found the suicide rate had increased more for those who hadn't deployed to combat zones than those who had. The project, which began in 2008, tracked 1.6 million soldiers and interviewed 10,000 before and after their deployments. The results...

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