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Post Traumatic Stress Is a Risk Factor for Chronic Disease

Friday, February 15th, 2008

(Ivanhoe Newswire)  Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are just as likely to have long term health problems as people with chronic disease risk factors like high white blood cell counts.  However, very few healthcare providers screen PTSD patients for these biological markers.

“Exposure to trauma has not only psychological effects, but it can take a serious toll on a person’s health status and biological function as well,” said Geisinger Health Systems Senior Investigator Joseph Boscarino, PhD, MPH.  “PTSD is a risk factor for disease that doctors should put on their radar screens.”

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Monday, November 12th, 2007

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DIY abortions at home

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007

Women can safely have DIY abortions at home, a study has concluded. The pilot study, set up by the Department of Health (DoH), found that women less than nine weeks pregnant could safely have the medical abortion outside of hospital.

None of the 172 women, who were given tablets to terminate their pregnancy supervised by a nurse in a health centre, suffered serious complications. Shirley Butler, who managed the pilot project, said: “This has been a successful pilot and it has proved that abortion is safe outside a hospital. “We have had few problems. Some women experienced pain and they were given painkillers. “One woman had haemorrhaging, but if she had been at home she would have called our helpline and she would have been given help.”
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