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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (INACTIVE)

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  • Which should come first, healthier chickens or cheaper eggs?

    Which should come first, healthier chickens or cheaper eggs?
    Egg Industry magazine predicted that 2015 will be "the year of the lawsuit" in the U.S. egg industry — and it was referring specifically to California. But the court battles have already begun. On Feb. 3, Missouri filed a federal lawsuit alleging...
  • Apodaca: Unlocking the mysteries of memory

    What is memory? Since the first attempts to answer that question emerged in the late 19th century, scientists have made gradual but significant progress toward understanding exactly what memory is and how it works. Among today's leading memory experts,...
  • Woody Allen's Adopted Daughter Dylan Farrow Details Account of Alleged Sexual Abuse

    Dylan Farrow, Woody Allen's adopted daughter, has given a detailed account of the 1992 alleged sexual abuse by the director. Farrow made the child molestation allegations in a first person account published in The New York Times. Woody Allen declined to...
  • Military sniper links his string of armed robberies to PTSD

    Military sniper links his string of armed robberies to PTSD
    TAMPA, Fla. — As an Army sniper in Iraq and Afghanistan, Gabriel Brown craved danger. Combat satisfied what he called his "adrenaline addiction." When he returned home to Florida, nothing in civilian life provided the sense of invincibility that...
  • Feinstein bill pushes housing for homeless vets at West L.A. VA campus

    Feinstein bill pushes housing for homeless vets at West L.A. VA campus
    Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) introduced a bill Tuesday to smooth the way for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to partner with private agencies to develop housing for homeless veterans on its West Los Angeles campus. The legislation would...
  • Review: 'Kids for Cash' documentary examines Mark Ciavarella

    Review: 'Kids for Cash' documentary examines Mark Ciavarella
    Kidnapping a minor is a crime, but imprisoning a 14-year-old boy until age 19 for unknowingly riding a stolen scooter is justice. That was fair and right to Mark Ciavarella, a Pennsylvania judge known for his 60-second trials, and in whose courtroom...
  • Police become first responders in mental-health crisis

    The question was simple: What are some names we call people with mental illness? The cops in the classroom laughed nervously before answering: nut job, bananas, schizo, psycho, cuckoo, wacko, whackadoodle, Signal 20, crazy, loco, insane, batty,...
  • Jose Baez discusses client he is proudest of

    Jose Baez discusses client he is proudest of
    For one of his final reports for WKMG-Channel 6, Tony Pipitone has talked to Jose Baez. The attorney discusses "the case and client he is proudest of," Pipitone said. That client is not Casey Anthony. It is former Green Beret Gabriel Brown, who...
  • Letters: Comfort dogs aid vets with PTSD

    Re "Fake service dogs a problem," March 3 As a veteran who served two combat tours, I wish I had been made aware of the recent state Senate hearing concerning service dogs. I would have gladly presented my long-haired chihuahua, who is in fact a service...
  • Nearly 1 in 5 had mental illness before enlisting in Army, study says

    Nearly 1 in 5 had mental illness before enlisting in Army, study says
    Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. soldiers had a common mental illness, such as depression, panic disorder or ADHD, before enlisting in the Army, according to a new study that raises questions about the military's assessment and screening of recruits. More than 8%...
  • Chris Brown diagnosed with PTSD and bipolar disorder in rehab

     
    Chris Brown has been ordered to spend another two months in the Malibu rehab where he's been working on changing his behavior. According to doctors there, his violent past is partially due to previously undiagnosed PTSD and bipolar disorder....
  • Hiding PTSD Records Of Civil War Veterans?

    Doesn't this sound familiar? Some years ago, Connecticut scholars researching post-traumatic stress disorder in Civil War veterans won a state Freedom of Information Commission ruling providing the researchers access to records of patients treated at...