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Despite symptoms ranging from pain to cognitive dysfunction to exhaustion after exercise, both disorders were long believed to be psychological in nature, according to a press release. But in a study published Friday in Scientific Reports, researchers say they've found unique molecular patterns in the brain that hint at a physical cause for the brain disorders. And that's a first step toward figuring out a way to both diagnose and treat Gulf War Illness and chronic fatigue syndrome.
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