USAA releases tool for wounded warriors, visually impaired members
USAA releases tool for wounded warriors, visually impaired members. 7 hours ago | 1170 views | 0 Source: USAA. “Push out.” “Pull in.” “Move right.” “Move left.” “Lift device.” “Lower device.” “Hold steady.” “Image captured.” Simple commands like these …
Archives for July 2016
IDF to Use Computerized Training to Reduce Risk of PTSD
JNS.org – The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) are planning incorporate an Israeli-designed computerized training program that can prevent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in soldiers. The system, developed by researchers at Tel Aviv University, the …
IDF Used 2014 Gaza War to Develop Anti-PTSD TechteleSUR English
Was Private Micah Xavier Johnson, the Dallas sniper, suffering from PTSD?
Private first class Micah Xavier Johnson was a 25-year old U.S. soldier who did a six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan during his six years of service in the Army Reserve. He was a carpenter and masonry specialist. Private first class Micah Xavier …
Press of Atlantic City
Army vet paddle-boarding up East Coast to raise awareness for PTSD
Press of Atlantic City
U.S. Army veteran Josh Collins is paddle-boarding from Texas to New York to raise awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder among veterans. He will be in Cape May on Saturday. Related Stories. Related: Middle police gather to pray for Dallas …
After terror attacks, civilian responders more likely than pros to have PTSD
Later, unaffiliated volunteers were more than eight times as likely as trained response workers to suffer symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), such as anxiety and flashbacks, the study team reports in the journal Occupational Medicine.
New York Daily News
Veterans with PTSD could get help from furry friends
Legislation, which has bipartisan support in the House and Senate, would direct the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide service dogs to patients suffering from PTSD. (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed) …
Jason Haag: Vets need dogsNew York Daily News
Israeli Army to Introduce Computerized Training to Prevent PTSD
Research conducted with veterans of the 2014 war in Gaza, some of whom had previously undergone training with the system, found that the risk of combat troops developing PTSD in battle declined by 70 percent for soldiers who had been trained with the …
IDF Adopts Training to Prevent PTSDhttp://hamodia.com
Can a Whole Nation Have PTSD?
A massive earthquake in April, plus more than 1,700 aftershocks, has rattled Ecuador’s psyche. Lessons for those who live on fault lines in the United States. GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador—The signs of stress are subtle at first. Life has resumed in the southern …