Latest Iraq War casualties Stories

2014-05-22 23:04:10

The Study, Commissioned by the Bob Woodruff Foundation, Also Reveals Americans’ Thoughts about the Holiday and Their Support of Brands That Champion the Troops and Veterans New

2013-10-16 11:33:08

A scientific study calculating Iraqi deaths for almost the complete period of the US-led war and subsequent occupation published in PLOS Medicine this week reports that close to half a million Iraqi deaths are directly or indirectly attributable to the conflict.

2012-05-21 23:01:53

Going into its Fifth Year, the Organization Sustains its Energy and Sense of Purpose with Four Notable Additions to its Board New York, NY (PRWEB) May 21, 2012

Civil War Took Bigger Toll Than Previously Estimated
2011-09-22 03:34:17

The Civil War — already considered the deadliest conflict in American history — in fact took a toll far more severe than previously estimated. That's what a new analysis of census data by Binghamton University historian J. David Hacker reveals.

2011-02-16 12:20:01

A paper published in this week's issue of PLoS Medicine provides the most detailed assessment thus far of civilian deaths in the course of the recent Iraq war.

2010-11-03 14:45:00

NEW YORK, Nov. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bob Woodruff Foundation is pleased to announce that The Paul E.

2010-01-22 13:52:47

Musculoskeletal problems take more out of active duty, and psychiatric illness is on the rise.

2010-01-13 09:00:00

Brother of ABC News Anchor Bob Woodruff Details Struggles of Veterans Returning From Deployment With Hidden Injuries, Asks Committees, "Are We Doing All That We Can?" SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan.

2009-03-31 09:57:00

NEW YORK, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- ReMIND.org, a Bob Woodruff Foundation initiative, has awarded its second $100,000 grant to the Jericho Project for use in helping veterans from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan who sustained Traumatic Brain Injury and/or Post Traumatic Stress.

2007-06-19 15:00:11

Is war good for health? In the face of the Iraq war casualties, the question seems ludicrous. Yet conventional wisdom has long assumed that war advances medicine. The summer issue of Stanford Medicine magazine explores this question in a special report on war's impact on medicine and health.

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