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  • Exercise may be useful treatment option for Veterans with PTSD

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  • PTSD and exercise: Finding recovery through fitness

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    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Wilbur Jackson “Jack” Myers, who served as an antitank gunner during World War II.

  • PTSD: When someone shares a trauma

    You may not know what to say when someone you care about shares a PTSD trauma story. Learn tips to have a conversation that offers support.

  • Relief for chronic post-traumatic headaches

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  • PTSD Bytes #11: PTSD resources for family members

    In this episode Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses PTSD resources for family and loved ones with Dr. Steven Sayers, director of Coaching into Care.

  • Opening the Door: Talking about your trauma story

    Knowing if, when, and how to share your trauma story takes some thought. Disclosing trauma with someone you trust can help you recover.

  • After coma and COVID, Veteran returns to festival stage

    After surviving a coma and fighting COVID-19, Veteran Jackie Williams returned to the stage at the National Veteran Creative Arts Festival.

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