Anxiety Insights reports how a controversy over the prevalence of PTSD in Vietnam soldiers sheds light on how disorders are counted. But it does not diminish the fact that, "The more soldiers are exposed to the horrors of war, the more likely they are to suffer from posttraumatic stress." According to a study in the Journal of Traumatic Stress, nearly one soldier in five experienced PTSD from that combat. The study does not include service in Iraq or Afghanistan.

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