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Comprehensive data are not available, but limited evidence from the first 2 post-war years suggests that, because of vast food shortages and the failure of the rice harvest, hunger and malnutrition afflicted the majority of the population and thousands died from causes related to starvation.

In the 15 years of the war in Southeast Asia, the US bombardment of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia forced about 17 million people to become refugees. In about 35 million people were counted as refugees or internally displaced people as a result of war or internal crisis. Since the June ceasefire and the return of the civilian population, the monthly toll killed from land-mine or cluster-bomb explosions has dropped from 44 deaths and serious injuries in June to no deaths and 15 serious injuries in April Review of experiences in the 20th century indicates that the persistence of active mines and unexploded ordnance haunts old battle areas and that, despite intensive efforts at clearance and deactivation, millions of hectares remain under interdiction in Europe, North Africa and Asia.

For instance, the floods in Mozambique in and are feared to have displaced the hundreds of thousands of land mines left from the civil war, and concern about their whereabouts has delayed recovery operations. Painstaking efforts to mark known minefields have been set back considerably by the flood waters, and a new mapping team has been sent out by the international community.

Interactions between natural disasters and buried land mines slow attempts to demine areas and protect populations. It is generally accepted that the extensive use of environmental destruction as a strategic practice in war can be seen to date from the use of defoliants during the war in Southeast Asia.

From to the United States sprayed km2 of South Vietnam's cropland with herbicides, using a total estimated amount of 55 million kg. The stated rationale was to deny the enemy sources of food and means of cover. International teams have been granted access for field assessments only in the last few years.

Iraqi's release of about 10 million barrels of Kuwaiti oil into Gulf waters 62 caused great stress to an ecosystem already suffering from decades of abuse oil spills, the Iraq—Iran war, freighter traffic and industrial waste. Scientific assessments of this ecological loss and the catastrophe resulting from the Iraqi firing of Kuwaiti oil wells 63 , 64 are underway, although constrained by incomplete data and controversy.

In the cases of the refugee camps in the African Great Lakes region from —, Mozambique, Sudan and the Afghanistan—Pakistan border areas, a number of studies are now looking at issues of deforestation, encroachment on vulnerable ecosystems and national parks, water pollution and sanitation degradation, air pollution and loss of endangered species. Methods for historical and contemporaneous reporting are incompletely developed and lack robust institutional support.

Without improvement in these areas, assessments of the environmental damage of war will continue to be fragmentary. Nuclear weapons, the most extreme technology, have been shown in careful theoretical studies to be capable, even in limited regional use, of destroying vast sections of the world's environment.

Burdened by rapid population growth in many parts of the world, unrestrained settlement and economic exploitation, regional ecosystems are increasingly threatened.

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The current discussion is whether existing law to limit the environmental effects of war is sufficient, if fully enforced, or whether new law is needed.

Proposals to set up environmental surveillance systems, as enforcement mechanisms to support current law, were developed during the Gulf War.

Footnotes Articles to date in this series McCally M. Environment and health: an overview.

CMAJ ; 5 Speidel JJ. Environment and health: 1. Population, consumption and human health.

Environment and health: 2. Global climate change and health. CMAJ ; 6 Envoironment and health: 3. Ozone depletion and ultraviolet radiation. CMAJ ; 7 Clapp R. Environment and health: 4. CMAJ ; 8 This article has been peer reviewed. Competing interests: None declared. Reprint requests to: Dr. A history of military medicine. New York: Greenwood Press; Taliaferro WH, editor. Medicine and the war. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; Rhodes R.

Man-made death: a neglected mortality. JAMA ; War and public health. New York: Oxford University Press; Leaning J. War and the environment: human health consequences of the environmental damage of war. Critical condition: human health and the environment. Barnaby F. The spread of the capability to do violence: an introduction to environmental warfare.

Ambio ; Finger M. The military, the nation state, and the environment.

Ecologist ; Homer-Dixon TF. On the threshold: environmental change as causes of acute conflict. Int Security ; Environmental scarcities and violent conflict: evidence from cases. Renner M. Assessing the military's war on the environment. In: Brown L, editor. State of the world New York: W.

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Norton; Radioactive heaven and earth: the health and environmental effects of nuclear weapons testing in, on, and above the earth. New York: Apex Press; Danielsson B. Poisoned Pacific: the legacy of French nuclear testing. Bull Atomic Sci ;46 2 Available: www. An end to all nuclear explosions: the long-overdue test ban. Defense Monitor ;20 3 Childhood leukemias associated with fallout from nuclear testing.

N Engl J Med ; Thyroid neoplasia in Marshall Islanders exposed to nuclear fallout. Nuclear wastelands: a global guide to nuclear weapons production and its health and environmental effects. Survival of food crops and livestock in the event of nuclear war.

In: Proceedings of symposium at Brookhaven National Laboratory. US Atomic Energy Commission; A first look at the Soviet bomb complex. Bull Atomic Sci ;47 4 Kitfield J. Addict Behav ; The reason for such gender discrepancy might be related to differences in emotional development during adolescence. We found the SSS and positive ST rate in adolescents aged 18 years old grade 3 senior high school students were significantly higher than in other age groups.

In addition, the SSS of grade 3 junior high school students is higher than grades 1 or 2. Compas et al. Coping with stress during childhood and adolescence: problems, progress, and potential in theory and research.

Psychol Bull ; In contrast, failed adaptation to stress probably results in psychological problems. However, some adolescents aged years most likely cannot effectively decrease sources of severe stress featured in this study. Thus, the prevalence of STs is higher in this population. Another reason for the high prevalence of STs might be that there is a serious shortage of mental health education in schools. Evidence exists that, compared with adolescents at other levels of urbanization, rural adolescents fare worse on many indicators of mental health Indian J Med Res ; Our study also found that adolescents in rural areas had significantly higher SSS and ST prevalence than in urban areas.

As before, we suggest sex-specific, age-specific, and area-specific intervention programs should be considered to prevent STs in adolescents. The environmental impact factors of adolescent STs To our best knowledge, this is the first study to examine the associations between adolescent STs and a broad range of potential impact factors using a large population sample.

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In this study, family medical history, HADS-A and HADS-D scores, superstitious beliefs, left-behind adolescents, teacher-student support, family conflict, and family independence and achievement orientation contributed to the STs impact. Our study implicates that bio-genetic, psychological, and family factors are the key impact factors in adolescents with STs.

As reported in a recent study, possible genetic and environmental factors contribute to somatic symptoms in children and adolescents Clinical features of functional somatic symptoms in children and referral patterns to child and adolescent mental health services. Acta Paediatr ; Previous studies also state an association between SD and depression or anxiety disorders Somatoform syndromes and disorders in a representative population sample of adolescents and young adults: prevalence, comorbidity and impairments.

Acta Psychiatr Scand ; Similarly, exposure to depressive or anxiety symptoms was a risk factor for adolescent STs in our study. Why are depression and anxiety patients more likely to suffer from STs in adolescence?

Such results may be due to the fact these patients likely experience more medical testing, days away from home and school, and also family financial burden compared with mentally healthy adolescents who are still in school. Moreover, previous work with patient samples highlights that frequent and recurrent somatic symptoms in children predict a substantially increased risk for emotional distress disorders such as depression and anxiety during young adulthood Therefore, the relationship between SD and depression or anxiety disorders are that of a psychiatric comorbidity.

Studies confirm that religious beliefs were found to significantly impact mental health Silber TJ. Somatization disorders. Pediatr Rev ; James A, Wells A.

Death beliefs, superstitious beliefs and health anxiety. Br J Clin Psychol ; This study shows that a significant association is found between STs and superstitious beliefs and, therefore, the existence of superstitious beliefs among adolescents should be emphasized as a high-risk ST indicator. As a result, Education and mental health professionals should observe high-risk adolescents with superstitious beliefs.

Our findings also indicate that left-behind adolescents are associated with STs. Parental migration may result in left-behind adolescents who are raised by other family members, such as grandparents Does the timing of parental migration matter for child growth? A life course study on left-behind children in rural China. BMC Public Health ; In our study, teacher-student support is associated with a decreased risk of adolescent STs. Teacher support may be especially important for student engagement in school when adolescents are coping with stressful life events and their independent coping skills are developing The influence of teacher support on student adjustment in the middle school years: a latent growth curve study.

Dev Psychopathol ; A secure relationship with a teacher may serve as a resource that permits young students to cope more effectively with novel academic and social demands. Painstaking efforts to mark known minefields have been set back considerably by the flood waters, and a new mapping team has been sent out by the international community. Interactions between natural disasters and buried land mines slow attempts to demine areas and protect populations.

It is generally accepted that the extensive use of environmental destruction as a strategic practice in war can be seen to date from the use of defoliants during the war in Southeast Asia. From to the United States sprayed km2 of South Vietnam's cropland with herbicides, using a total estimated amount of 55 million kg. The stated rationale was to deny the enemy sources of food and means of cover.

International teams have been granted access for field assessments only in the last few years. Iraqi's release of about 10 million barrels of Kuwaiti oil into Gulf waters 62 caused great stress to an ecosystem already suffering from decades of abuse oil spills, the Iraq—Iran war, freighter traffic and industrial waste. Scientific assessments of this ecological loss and the catastrophe resulting from the Iraqi firing of Kuwaiti oil wells 63 , 64 are underway, although constrained by incomplete data and controversy.

In the cases of the refugee camps in the African Great Lakes region from —, Mozambique, Sudan and the Afghanistan—Pakistan border areas, a number of studies are now looking at issues of deforestation, encroachment on vulnerable ecosystems and national parks, water pollution and sanitation degradation, air pollution and loss of endangered species.

Methods for historical and contemporaneous reporting are incompletely developed and lack robust institutional support. Without improvement in these areas, assessments of the environmental damage of war will continue to be fragmentary. Nuclear weapons, the most extreme technology, have been shown in careful theoretical studies to be capable, even in limited regional use, of destroying vast sections of the world's environment.

Burdened by rapid population growth in many parts of the world, unrestrained settlement and economic exploitation, regional ecosystems are increasingly threatened. The current discussion is whether existing law to limit the environmental effects of war is sufficient, if fully enforced, or whether new law is needed. Proposals to set up environmental surveillance systems, as enforcement mechanisms to support current law, were developed during the Gulf War.

Footnotes Articles to date in this series McCally M. Environment and health: an overview. CMAJ ; 5 Speidel JJ. Environment and health: 1. Population, consumption and human health. Environment and health: 2. Global climate change and health. CMAJ ; 6 Envoironment and health: 3.

Ozone depletion and ultraviolet radiation. CMAJ ; 7 Clapp R. Environment and health: 4. CMAJ ; 8 This article has been peer reviewed. Competing interests: None declared.

Environment and health: 5. Impact of war

Reprint requests to: Dr. A history of military medicine. New York: Greenwood Press; Taliaferro WH, editor. Medicine and the war. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; Rhodes R. Man-made death: a neglected mortality. JAMA ; War and public health.

New York: Oxford University Press; Leaning J. War and the environment: human health consequences of the environmental damage of war. Critical condition: human health and the environment. Barnaby F. The spread of the capability to do violence: an introduction to environmental warfare. Ambio ; Finger M. The military, the nation state, and the environment. Ecologist ; Homer-Dixon TF. On the threshold: environmental change as causes of acute conflict. Int Security ; Environmental scarcities and violent conflict: evidence from cases.

Renner M. Assessing the military's war on the environment. In: Brown L, editor. State of the world New York: W. Norton; Radioactive heaven and earth: the health and environmental effects of nuclear weapons testing in, on, and above the earth. New York: Apex Press; Danielsson B. Poisoned Pacific: the legacy of French nuclear testing. Bull Atomic Sci ;46 2 Available: www.

An end to all nuclear explosions: the long-overdue test ban. Defense Monitor ;20 3 Childhood leukemias associated with fallout from nuclear testing.

N Engl J Med ; Thyroid neoplasia in Marshall Islanders exposed to nuclear fallout. Nuclear wastelands: a global guide to nuclear weapons production and its health and environmental effects.

Survival of food crops and livestock in the event of nuclear war. In: Proceedings of symposium at Brookhaven National Laboratory.

US Atomic Energy Commission; A first look at the Soviet bomb complex. Bull Atomic Sci ;47 4 Kitfield J. The environmental cleanup quagmire. Military Forum ;Apr: Coyle D.

Deadly defense: military radioactive landfills. New York: Radioactive Waste Campaign; Office of Technology Assessment.Studies confirm that religious beliefs were found to significantly impact mental health After the storm. The current discussion is whether existing law to limit the environmental effects of war is sufficient, if fully enforced, or whether new law is needed.

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