Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
After viewing traumatic videos, people who played Tetris experienced fewer intrusive memories than those who didn't play the video game.
While PTSD is thought by many to primarily impact men, rates are twice as high in women as men.
Danish study of more than 4,000 people finds PTSD is not a risk factor for developing nearly all types of cancer examined.
A substance in turmeric powder may help reduce brain damage from Alzheimer's disease and ease fearful memories in PTSD.
Veterans who have both PTSD and traumatic brain injury have worse outcomes than those who have just one condition.
Women with multiple symptoms of PTSD more than twice as likely to get addicted to food compared to women with no trauma history.
Ketamine led to significant and rapid decline in severity of symptoms.
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