|For the first time in history, a sizable and growing number of U.S. combat troops are taking daily doses of antidepressants to calm nerves strained by repeated and lengthy tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Details of America 's medicated wars come from the mental-health surveys the Army has conducted each year since the war began.
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