The Supreme Court denied Andrew Brannan’s request to stop his execution. His lawyers said his life should be spared because of his mental illness.
Other than not having dreams about standing onstage naked.
People are using the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper and opening up about their experiences with post-traumatic stress disorder.
On the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper, people who say they are survivors of military sexual assault open up about their heartbreaking experiences and living with PTSD.
T.J. Maxx apologized Friday after a store manager at a New Hampshire location told a Boston Marathon bombing survivor that her service dog needed to be placed in a carriage or leave the store.
On Monday, Americans gathered in every state to honor fallen military service members.
The phrase evolved from clinical psychiatry, moved from LiveJournal fan fiction to Tumblr to mainstream media, and eventually ended up on college syllabi. Here’s the story of how it happened.
Veterans are using Whisper to share the most intimate details of their struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder.
More than 100 former cops, firefighters and corrections officers have been indicted in a disability scam costing federal taxpayers hundreds of millions.
Ashley Gilbertson is on a crusade to de-stigmatize PTSD for returning soldiers. “Bedrooms of the Fallen” immortalizes rooms of soldiers who passed to help people remember their lives before war.
Army medic Nicholas Walker returned home from Iraq after 250 combat missions, traumatized and broken. His friends and family couldn’t help him. Therapy couldn’t help him. Heroin couldn’t help him. Pulling bank heists helped him.
People of color are more likely than whites to get post-traumatic stress disorder, according to one study.
Blade Anthony, a veteran suffering from PTSD, found a reason to live after he got DD from Pets for Vets.
Heartfelt and sincere. Titillation for a good cause!
These harrowing photos tell the story of post-traumatic stress disorder in a way no other medium could. Photographer Craig Walker won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for this mesmerizing series on Scott Ostrom, a former Marine suffering from PTSD after serving 4 years in Iraq. These photos were taken in December of 2011.
This child is either an Alabama fan or a sufferer of extreme sportswear-related PTSD.
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