Wayne State program to offer mental health support for first responders“The trauma and the stress in this population is different than most other people in the way that, if I have a horrible car accident or I may be, let’s say, assaulted," said Javanbakht. "Then I come back to my usual, safe normal life, and I can recover. For these people - it’s every single day.”
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To live your best life, live the life you evolved forWhen we adopt a pet, we learn about their normal environment, activity level and nutrition. Isn't it interesting that we do not apply that to the animal we live in? To feel normal, we should live normal, and a human's normal life is that for which she or he has evolved.
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School of Medicine study shows 60 percent of Syrian refugee children show signs of anxiety, half of adult refugees may have depressionA study launched by Wayne State University School of Medicine researchers six months ago to determine the mental health impact and biological correlation of civil war trauma on Syrian refugees now liv...
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Aljazeera English News Channel: Trauma in Syrian Refugees
Holiday Blues: The Big 550 KTRS in St. Louis, MO
Science of Fright: Calgary Radio interview; also Detroit WJR radio.
Opening Minds Ending Stigma: Campus Challenges, WXYZ Channel 7
Detroit PBS: Interview on project Study of Risk and Resilience in Syrian and Iraqi refugees
Talk about PTSD at the Zion Baptist Church of Detroit to spread awareness