Army researchers target altitude sickness

09/17/2013 | Military.com

Researchers from the Thermal and Mountain Medicine Division of the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine are working to counter the effects of acute mountain sickness and help U.S. troops avoid the debilitating condition during deployments. The symptoms of AMS, which can occur during a rapid ascent to high altitudes, include nausea, fatigue and headache.

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