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05-18   Wounded soldiers dismissed for misconduct often have PTSD or TBI

Macabre incidents from the war fields continue to haunt soldiers for a long time for which they sometimes even need therapy. Soldiers deputed in war zones often suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which they develop as a result of their war time experiences. According to a recent report released by the Government Accountability Office, […]


06-25   Forgetting and the ‘seven sins of memory’

Posted in Cognition, Memory, PTSD

Forgetting occurs when people are unable to recall or access information that is stored in their long-term memories. Several different types of memory problems or lapses can happen to everyone, regardless of age, and can impact the way memories are retrieved, said Daniel L. Schacter, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at Harvard University. The “seven […]


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06-15   United by grief: How mass shootings affect everyone

Posted in Coping, PTSD, Trauma

As Americans, we have become intimately familiar with mass shootings. It seems as though every month, a new tragedy hits us, sending the country reeling. Last Sunday, we have reached an unfortunate milestone: We have experienced the most deadly shooting in all of U.S. history thus far. At least 49 people were killed and 53 […]


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06-14   Gut microbes may be able to influence, treat PTSD

Posted in Advocacy, PTSD, Treatment

Three researchers at the Brain-Body Institute at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, are on a mission to determine whether or not the microbes in the human digestive tract can create — or cure — post-traumatic stress disorder. A review of this research was recently published in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. The research Inside the […]


Veterans with PTSD age faster

06-08   Veterans with PTSD age faster, more likely to have metabolic syndrome

Posted in PTSD, Research, Trauma

Two recently published studies by researchers at the Boston University School of Medicine have found that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can physically alter the brain and even cause accelerated aging. In other words, trauma ages people — not only psychologically, but also physically. The first study The first study was led by Erika J. Wolf, […]


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