For men, confronting the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may not come naturally. Many are unaccustomed to showing vulnerability or weakness, making it tough to open up and seek treatment.    What’s more, men can often be “fixers,” thinking there’s not a problem they can’t solve. But when it comes to PTSD, many men are.. read more →

LONDON – Elderly people forced out of their homes and separated from neighbors in the aftermath of a natural disaster may be more prone to dementia than survivors who are able to remain in their dwellings, a new study suggests. This, at least, is how things unfolded after the 2011 tsunami and earthquake in the.. read more →

GARFIELD, Mich. —  Every day a firefighter clocks into work, they are putting their lives at risk. What a lot of people don’t realize, is even when their shift is over, the risk continues. This year alone, more than 100 firefighters in the United States have taken their own lives while dealing with post-traumatic stress.. read more →