Study: Returning Soldiers Need More Support
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Study: Returning Soldiers Need More Support

Soldiers returning from combat often bring with them mental health issues, such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. In an effort to diagnose and treat more soldiers, the Department of Defense instituted a new mental health screening that's identifying a lot more soldiers in need of help. Video by The Journal of the American Medical Association

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