Archive for August 2014
A century ago, World War I–the war to end all wars–brought death and destruction literally and figuratively on an industrial scale throughout Europe, and parts of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, China, and off the coasts of North and South America. Very few soldiers were immune to the psychological wounds of war. The term “Shell... Read more »
Since July, as the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) and Hamas have traded rockets and rhetoric, the region’s children are wandering through the fog and death of war, which can have long-term effects in the form of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). A recent study published by the Arab Journal of Psychiatry (AJP), looked at the impact that nearly... Read more »
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