Do richer countries have higher PTSD rates?

The steady trickle of results from studies of post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury (TBI) has provided much food for thought and grist for conversation this year. Tongues are wagging (if that describes online comments and blogs) about the surprising results of a study by a team of Dutch, British and Australian psychotrauma...
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    Veterans Benefits Guide 2015

    February 24, 2015 by Legion Magazine
    Do YOU qualify for disability coverage or a pension? Tips on eligibility, applying, coverage and MUCH MORE! PLUS benefits for RCMP, veterans survey results, vocational training and jargon-buster....
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    Advances In Battlefield Medicine

    January 1, 2015 by Ellen O'Connor
    First-aid methods for saving wounded soldiers have evolved considerably over the centuries, from treating burns with hog’s lard during the American Revolutionary War, the use of ether and chloroform as an anaesthetic during the Crimean War, advancements in amputation during the First World War, and...
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    September 1, 2014 by Sharon Adams
    It won’t be long before smartphones will be as familiar as thermometers in family health tool kits. Smartphones, with their powerful built-in computers, may in fact become more familiar as increasing numbers of people use them to measure and track blood pressure, heart rate, blood...
  • The liver is really a miraculous organ, performing more than 500 functions necessary to life. It rids our bodies of toxins, regulates hormones, breaks down nutrients and stores energy, metabolizes alcohol and medications, among many other things....
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    It’s unusual to catch Gib McElroy in his room at the Perley and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre in Ottawa. He’s out visiting his friend, Charlie, at bingo or physiotherapy, a veterans’ council meeting or taking in one of the centre’s many activities. He’s gone so...
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    Health File: Researchers Meet In Edmonton

    March 1, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    The fourth Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research (CIMVHR) Forum in Edmonton was a veritable knowledge buffet. More than 125 researchers talked about their work. Topics were as diverse as how to better deliver whole blood to battlefield trauma victims; how joints in...
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