Cuba: Stress may be behind U.S. diplomats health problems
Cuban investigators have discarded widespread speculation that a sonic weapon is to blame for damaging the health of two dozen American diplomats stationed in Havana.
Among their own theories? That stress over shifting U.S.-Cuba relations could have exacerbated health problems.
Initial news reports in August, citing unnamed U.S. officials, blamed a mysterious host of symptoms — hearing loss, ringing in the ears, disequilibrium, headaches, fatigue, facial and abdominal pain, memory and sleep disorders, mild concussions and nausea — on attacks using a “covert sonic device.”
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