Congress is considering legislation to encourage "outdoor therapy" for veterans with injuries or post-traumatic stress. Volunteer groups are already running similar programs in national parks.
The unending litany of mass shootings in recent years has built an unacknowledged community of heartbreak, touching and warping the lives of untold thousands.
Things That Bring Back Scary Feelings For Mass Shooting Survivors: Bad Visibility. A Yogurt Cup. Me.
Sherrie described to me what was happening to her just then, in the grocery store aisle: “My fingers will turn white, and you’ll see the blood leaving them.”
The Department of Defense, which originally funded the clinic, has issued two more grants to help it expand treatment.
New research shows that bacteria found in soil from rural areas may help ease allergies and even psychiatric issues.
“Every single day I was taking heaping piles of pills,” he said. “The side effects were horrific.”
The GAO found that commanders don't usually follow military policies that are meant to protect injured troops. Thousands of those injured soldiers who got kicked out likely can't get health care at the VA.
An Army review, prompted by a NPR-CPR investigation, concluded that commanders did nothing wrong — but experts dispute that.
Bailey Francisco, of Fountain, was 6 when his father went to war. The son's documentary 'After War' is about the nightmare of his dad's return.