Hearing, respiratory issues plague vets of recent wars

05/20/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

Hearing and breathing problems are the most common health conditions affecting veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, according to Defense Department data. Conditions such as tinnitus and hearing loss are believed to be associated with proximity to machinery and explosions in war zones, while breathing issues have been associated with dust, pollution, sand and exposure to toxic chemicals.

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