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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (INACTIVE)

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  • 'Tale of Two Cities' is about half a story short

    'Tale of Two Cities' is about half a story short
    A novel dense with story and narrative meanderings will always end up streamlined for the stage. That isn't necessarily a bad thing. Adaptations can expose the guts of a thing, but you must cut wisely lest all that remains is little more than a skeleton....
  • Zimmerman, be like Casey and go away

    Dear George Zimmerman: Please go away. Nobody cares. Lamenting that you are homeless? Nobody cares. Struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder? Nobody cares. Jobless? Nobody cares. Whining that you owe $2.5 million to your lawyers, Mark O'...
  • State Blocks Access To Civil War Medical Records

    State Blocks Access To Civil War Medical Records
    The state mental health commissioner is fighting efforts by freedom of information advocates to undo a law — which they say passed under last-minute, "murky circumstances" in 2011 — that blocks historians' research into Civil War soldiers...
  • Military psychological counseling programs faulted

    Military psychological counseling programs faulted
    Many federal programs aimed at preventing psychological problems in military service members and their families have not been evaluated correctly to determine if they are working and are not supported by science, a new report commissioned by the Defense...
  • Hero Project pairs greyhounds with wounded warriors

    Hero Project pairs greyhounds with wounded warriors
    Marine Corps veteran Jesse Bergeron used to do his grocery shopping at 2 a.m. — just to avoid the crowds. Family trips to Disney World put the former machine gunner on red alert, searching for escape routes. Baseball games were out of the...
  • Metrolink launches new train control safety system

    Metrolink launches new train control safety system
    In a ceremony that remembered victims of the deadly Chatsworth crash in 2008, the Metrolink passenger railroad Thursday launched a state-of-the-art safety system along sections of its 512-mile network in Southern California. The rollout of "positive...
  • Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned

    Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned
    Many federal programs aimed at preventing psychological problems in military service members and their families have not been evaluated correctly to determine whether they are working and are not supported by science, says a new report commissioned by the...
  • Jennifer Percy talks PTSD, exorcism and her new book 'Demon Camp'

    Jennifer Percy talks PTSD, exorcism and her new book 'Demon Camp'
    Jennifer Percy's debut book, "Demon Camp" (Scribner: 223 pp., $26), is a true story about one American soldier's struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder. By telling the story of Caleb Daniels and his demons, the writer shines a bright light on...
  • Teens get maximum sentence for killing girl's parents

    Even as she pleaded for a sentence that would let her live in sunshine again, a 17-year-old girl convicted of murdering her parents expressed little remorse other than admitting to mistakes. Cynthia Alvarez said she had been a victim of abuse at the...
  • Antony Starr enjoys his 'Banshee' beatdowns

    Antony Starr enjoys his 'Banshee' beatdowns
    Antony Starr worries that he's angered the producers of his Cinemax series "Banshee," or possibly the universe in general. "If I'm honest it has crossed my mind that possibly I've done wrong to someone, I've pissed them off in some way," the New...
  • Marines who suffered brain injuries doubled risk of PTSD, study finds

    Marines who suffered brain injuries doubled risk of PTSD, study finds
    Up to a fifth of U.S. service members who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have come home with a blast-related concussion or post-traumatic stress disorder — or both. A study published Wednesday in the journal JAMA Psychiatry helps detail the...
  • ‘Doctor Who,’ ‘Hobbit,’ ‘Hunger Games,’ Batfleck: 2013 in review

     
    2013 was a superb year for fans of genre entertainment. Major comic book heroes celebrated milestone anniversaries, as did “Doctor […]...