Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
It’s been eight years since Jennifer Crane came home from serving in Afghanistan and everyday is still a struggle.
You won’t see any Ride The Ducks tours in Old City today. It was one year ago when two Hungarian tourists drowned after a barge collided with a Ride the Ducks boat along the Delaware River
Semper Fido is training dogs to serve vets with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The drawdown of troops from Afghanistan is supposed to mark the beginning of the end of America’s ten-year war in the Gulf, but returning veterans will be fighting battles for years to come.
Unemployment rates in the US are high for non-veterans, but they’re even higher for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
For thousands of soldiers, a new battle will begin: to adjust here at home. Not all will succeed, and the most vulnerable may end up on the street.
A growing number of doctors are turning to pocket-sized technology to help vets returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with physical and psychological wounds.
Now a new type of canine therapy and aid has emerged where dogs are helping to heal war veterans suffering from severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
We know that cigarette smoking is related to stress. But a new study out of the University of Seattle and the VA Hospital took a look at post traumatic stress disorder in veterans and how it relates to cigarette smoking.