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The Army’s Message to Returning World War I Troops? Behave Yourselves

The shelling stopped on Nov. 11, 1918, sending millions of American soldiers back to the United…

Do Service Dogs Help Treat PTSD? After Years of Research, the V.A. Still Doesn’t Know

On a sunny October day in 2017, Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law, held a meeting in…

An Army Veteran Comes to Terms With Not Having PTSD

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I’m a Veteran Without PTSD. I Used to Think Something Was Wrong With Me.

A few years ago, my husband, Chris, who survived four deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, was…

For Nurses, Trauma Can Come With the Job

In 1945, Dorothy Still, a nurse in the United States Navy, met with a Navy psychiatrist…

At War: The Military Wants Better Tests for PTSD. Speech Analysis Could Be the Answer.

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Stress Tied to Heart Disease, Especially in People Under 50

Stress may increase the risk for heart disease, especially in younger people. Researchers writing in BMJ…

At War: The Army Thought He Was Faking His Health Issues. Turns Out He Had Chronic Lead Poisoning.

At age 30, Stephen Hopkins was back in the Army for a second time. After serving…

Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help

In the coming adventure video game Sea of Solitude, the main character — a young woman…

He Says His Work as a Jihadist Spy Caused PTSD. Denmark Awarded Him $27,000.

COPENHAGEN — Describing his work as an undercover agent among a group of heavily armed Qaeda…

For Valentine’s Day, Try Being Nice to Yourself

Valentine’s Day prompts many of us to send messages of love to the special people in…