Latest News on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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Jan 30, 2018
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slammed for failing to testify in bomb attack trailAubameyang was due to speak at the trial of the alleged attacker, German-Russian man Sergei Wenergold, but did not show up, citing illness.
Jun 17, 2017
Syria crisis: Survey on refugee children hopes to measure their resilienceUniversity researchers have unveiled a new survey aimed at helping humanitarian groups better serve scores of children who have been displaced by the civil war in Syria. More than 5 million people have been forced to leave Syria during the six-year civil war
Feb 21, 2017
Smartphone loss can trigger symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder: ResearchThree of four young adults are likely to exhibit symptoms of stress similar to those seen in people with post traumatic stress disorder.
May 12, 2016
People with low levels of fat hormone are prone to PTSD, says new studyPeople who have low levels of a fat hormone might be more prone to developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms if they are exposed to a traumatic event, new research suggests.
Mar 17, 2016
Nightmares are linked to suicidal thoughts and behaviour, finds studyA new study has revealed that nightmares have been identified as a risk for suicidal thoughts, plans and attempts.
Mar 11, 2016
South Sudan civil war: Death toll rising but nobody is countingAid workers and officials who did not want to speak on the record said the true figure might be as high as 300,000 -- a figure comparable to the number killed in Syria during five years of fighting.
Mar 04, 2016
Bromance may help men cope better with stressBromance can actually make men more resilient to stress and help them lead a longer, healthier life, suggests new research.
Mar 04, 2016
From video games to internet porn: How connectivity is blurring our lines of morality in the virtual and the realMany children learn to identity spoofing or theft for the first time on the internet. So a 10-year-old girl pretending to be 13 to access Facebook, or a 16-year-old boy masquerading as his father to access an adult site, commit their first instances of fraud on the internet
Mar 02, 2016
Take a break! Because prolonged stress may cause memory lossUS researchers have found there is a relationship between prolonged stress and memory loss.