New Therapy to Aid Soldiers’ Mental Health, Brain Injury Recovery


Recovering from injuries that impact the brain and mental health is something that many soldiers have to go through. It seems as though the military is constantly developing new and more innovative technologies that will speed this process along, or make it less inconvenient in some ways for the people involved.

According to a new CNN report, a system is being investigated at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky that could prove to be the future of determining whether soldiers are mentally healthy and stable enough to return to regular duty.

Details in the video below.


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