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The Difficulty of Transitioning to College for Students with Mental Health Issues, PTSD in WWII Veterans, Resilience of Refugees – In Case You Missed It – September 18, 2015

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Welcome back to In Case You Missed It (our weekly roundup of articles touching on psychology, health, mental health and social justice issues from multiple news and commentary websites). This week, we address the challenges affecting first year college students with mental health issues, PTSD affecting World War II veterans 70 years post conflict, the resilience of refugees streaming into Europe and more. For Students with Mental Health Issues, Transition to College Is Complicated – All over […]

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Why We Can’t Forget Older Homeless Veterans on Veterans Day

Homeless and disabled Vietnam veteran panhandles on the street

By Jack Tsai, PhD (Assistant Professor, Yale School of Medicine) & Lisa M. Brown, PhD (Associate Professor, University of South Florida) “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” —John F. Kennedy Don’t Forget Our Older Homeless Veterans On Veterans Day we honor those who have served our country. With the recent conflicts in the Middle East […]

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