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PTSD Risks Increase With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury According to Recent Study

According to researchers the risk of developing PTSD increases after a mild traumatic brain injury. Researchers from a variety of organizations which included Washington University in St. Louis, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, San Francisco General Hospital, … Continue reading

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Military Veterans See Sleep Disorders Rate Rise Significantly in Last Decade

A recent study on sleep disorders, military veterans, and PTSD shows that these disorders have increased considerably in the last decade. The study involved over 9.7 million United States military veterans and the results showed that in 2010 vets had … Continue reading

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Study Shows Veterans with PTSD and Substance Use Disorder Have Higher Risk of Death

A research study conducted in partnership by the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System and the University of Michigan Health System has shown that veterans who suffer from both PTSD and substance use disorder have an increased risk of death. This … Continue reading

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Research Shows that Neurochemical Imbalances Cause Higher PTSD Susceptibility

Researchers have recently determined that neurochemical imbalances linked to 2 different neurochemical systems in the brain cause PTSD susceptibility. Uppsala University and the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, researchers and investigators teamed up to identify the causes and linked associations … Continue reading

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