Being mindful of the present in order to heal“There’s tons of research around it but what it really comes down to is, like, well, try it. See if it’s something that could work for you.”
New York vets can now use medical marijuana to treat PTSThe initiative is aimed at veterans, police officers, fire fighters, and survivors of domestic violence. Mr. Cuomo’s signature comes at the urging of several veterans’ organizations.
With Saratoga WarHorse, vets and horses speak a language all their ownSaratoga WarHorse connects veterans from across the country who ache from physiological wounds with retired thoroughbred horses.
Redefining 'combat veteran' one sneaker at a timeDaniel Lister tells transitioning vets to "mourn who you were and become who you are"
YouTube video shows restaurant patron yelling at a veteran with PTSD dog"It's still nasty! I don't like it!" she can be heard screaming after being informed the dog's owner is a veteran.
American Legion to Shulkin: We want cannabis research for vets with PTSDCannabis is currently legal for recreational use in eight states and the District of Columbia.
This program is curing veterans with PTSD for free“We are getting extremely high recovery rates in this treatment.”
Study recommends greater consistency in military PTSD care"It suggests that all care could be improved to insure that all service members have the opportunity to get high quality care.”
Joint memoir explores trauma, friendship between combat veteran and photojournalistA grenade blast in Afghanistan made unlikely friends of photojournalist Finbarr O’Reilly and Marine Corps sergeant Thomas J. Brennan.
What America can learn from tribes when welcoming warriors homeAmerican soldiers returning from combat face transitioning into a society that is not as close as the units they once served with.
Army veteran pushes through PTSD, hopes to break recordsMedically retired Army Staff Sgt. Megan Grudzinski hopes to break her own records from last year's Department of Defense Warrior Games and that Team Army will have a strong showing.
VA Roundup: Tele-ICU, talks held with Canada's VA and progress shown in MST-related PTSD claimsThis week, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced their Tele-ICU “center”, talks were had with Canada's VA and changes to the military sexual trauma (MST) claims.

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