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Many veterans are suffering from a condition similar to, but distinct from, PTSD: moral injury, in which the ethical transgressions of war can leave service members traumatized. Amy Amidon has listened
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Even in frigid weather conditions, this homeless man wouldn't leave his beloved best friend. Bernard Holland, 53, and his dog, Oreo, had been staying in a tent at a homeless camp in downtown Indianapolis.
Former Miss Colorado USA Blair Griffith Details Her 'Double Life' As A Beauty Queen Who Ended Up Homeless
Former pageant queen Blair Griffith grew up in a nice house in an affluent neighborhood, but it all changed when she lost her father to prostate cancer when she was 15. Her mother, now a single parent,
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Sometime around 1907, well before the modern randomized clinical trial was routine, American psychiatrist Henry Cotton began removing decaying teeth from his patients in hopes of curing their mental disorders.