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Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury in the News
Veterans and families work to raise awareness about military suicides, wwltv.com — 3/5/2013
Andrew O'Brien may have survived a tour in Iraq, but he nearly succumbed to the depression that followed when he returned.
Beyond PTSD – Helping to Heal the Trauma of Combat Through Massage Therapy, Integrative Healthcare — 3/5/2013
Transitioning from an existence weighed down with the constant tensions of being deployed in a war-torn country, away from family and friends and all things familiar can be extremely difficult.
Wounded Warriors find fellowship on the slopes, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette — 3/4/2013
Mr. Burmeister was one of 11 veterans and their families who were treated to four days of skiing at the Seven Springs resort last week, courtesy of the resort and the Wounded Warrior Patrol. All have wounds, some physical, some psychological.
General, wife share story of tragedy, encourage JBLM soldiers to seek help, The Bellingham Herald — 3/4/2013
Graham, 58, traveled to Joint Base Lewis-McChord this week to share his family’s story and to encourage soldiers to confront the “deadly stigma” that prevents troops from seeking help in moments of distress.
Oak Park Veterans Center makes new home in Forest Park, Oak Park Veterans Center — 3/1/2013
On Feb. 15, the Oak Park Vet Center celebrated the grand opening of its sparkling new facility at 1515 S. Harlem.
A new treatment for PTSD emerges, Foreign Policy — 3/1/2013
PTSD is an immense problem in the military after 11 years of war. The military is also leading the way in developing new therapies.
Program shines light on 'silent wounds of war', Nashoba Publishing — 2/28/2013
Not all wounds are visible. Some injuries live on the inside, tormenting the bearer with a pain unknown to those around him.
Veterans Affairs turns to mobile app to help veterans cope with PTSD, Metro News — 2/28/2013
Life after war isn’t always easy, and for some veterans, finishing work abroad is only half the battle.
Program pairs shelter dogs with soldiers, Fox 5 San Diego — 2/27/2013
A non-profit organization called “Shelter to Soldier” is connecting dogs that need homes with service members who need a companion or service dog.
Vets want counseling services in Lawrence, Eagle Tribune — 2/27/2013
The local chapter of a veterans group is working to establish a Vet Center in Lawrence to help potentially thousands of veterans and their families in the area and to alleviate the burden on the Lowell Vet Center.
Military turns to meditation for PTSD, FortWayne.com — 2/26/2013
Over the past nine years, more than 2 million American soldiers have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Rehabilitating War Vets' Psyches and Bodies, QualityHealth.com — 2/26/2013
More than one third of returning combat veterans deal with some type of invisible wound.
Releasing Issues from the Tissues: Adaptive Yoga Helps Troops Heal, DoD Live — 2/25/2013
Since the program’s inception, Ann Richardson has come to NMCP to lead the Marines in a weekly class, offering them an opportunity to relax and reconnect with themselves.
War veterans take on ice climbing, San Antonio Express — 2/25/2013
Eleven veterans — 10 men and one woman — were in Bozeman last week ice climbing with Anker and local climbing guide Sam Magro, thanks to Veterans Expeditions.
Humetrix Launches Cross-Platform iBlueButton® Mobile Apps Enabling Patient-Physician Exchange of Health Records Between Apple and Android Devices, Market Wire — 2/22/2013
Humetrix today introduced cross-platform capability for its award-winning iBlueButton apps, enabling consumers and physicians for the first time to securely exchange health records and other clinical information at the point of care, regardless of whether they use an iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone.