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Researchers have found that severe emotional trauma in childhood triggers physical disease later in life, and has a cumulative effect. An award-winning science writer who has researched the topic discusses findings.
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Researchers have found that severe emotional trauma in childhood triggers physical disease later in life, and has a cumulative effect.
Two car accident survivors and one of the world's foremost experts discuss what can make PTSD worse and the essentials victims must carry out to recover.
Scientists have learned that emotional trauma suffered as a child or adolescent has profound effects on a person’s physical health years later. A noted science writer explains.
Auto accidents are the largest cause of post-traumatic stress disorder. About 25 percent of people injured in car crashes will suffer from it. Accident survivors and one of the world's foremost experts discuss variables that make PTSD worse and those that make recovery easier, as well as the essentials victims must carry out to recover.