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Category: PTSD

Mindful Breathing for Veterans

You’ve trained for the harshest conditions. You can survive for weeks with barely any food and stay alive for days…

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Is a Service Dog the Right Choice for You?

Dogs have been man’s – and woman’s – best friend for hundreds of years. But service dogs take that friendship…

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Tips for Talking with Veterans (or anybody else) with Hearing Loss

Learning better ways to communicate with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing can benefit everyone. However, when it…

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Three things you may not know about your Veteran patients…

Are Veteran patients really differentfrom other patients? Every patient has a unique story and veterans are certainly no different. However,…

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Fighting in Silence

CPT Tony Seahorn Battles the Lasting Impacts of War The UH-1 “Iroquois” helicopter, dubbed the “Huey” by the soldiers who…

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Invisible Burns

How MSG Bobby Ehrig’s Determination Keeps Him Smiling Bobby Ehrig sits in front of a television camera and readies himself…

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Often Overshadowed, Impossible to Ignore

CPT Mark Brogan’s Battle with Traumatic Brain Injury and Hearing Loss Soldiers in a war zone know that their best…

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