Study: Prazosin fails to alleviate PTSD in military veterans

The drug prazosin failed to effectively alleviate post-traumatic stress disorder in military veterans, according to a Department of Veterans Affairs trial.
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(Reuters Health) - - Female military veterans with traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder or depression are more likely to develop dementia later in life than peers without those conditions, a U.S. study suggests.
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WEDNESDAY, Dec. 12, 2018 -- The toll of U.S. military service can be steep for female veterans, with depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and brain injury each significantly raising the odds of later dementia, new research suggests. The...
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We analyse the affective-cultural assemblage of "Indian rape culture" across historical time and social space. We examine news coverage of a highly visible 2012 rape in Delhi in two newspapers, New York Times and Times of India, and the longevity of these ...
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This study explores the potential of using Regional Internet Search Frequencies (RISF) for air conditioning devices as ...
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Providers of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) face the online ambulance dispatch problem, in which they decide which ambulance to send to an incoming incident. Their objective is to minimize the fraction of arrivals later than a target time. Today, the gap...
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Interest has recently increased in transformative justice. While transformative justice research offers an important contribution to transitional justice, I discuss challenges in its implementation. Drawing on research on affected communities and practitio...
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This paper examines the development of policies which seek to mobilise and maximise the potential of diaspora investment in their home countries. While a great deal of migrant entrepreneurship literature focuses on impacts in the host country, less is know...
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The importance of non-structural components in building performance under seismic action is well recognized in the scientific community. Damage to residential buildings registered in past earthquakes has demonstrated that the damage to non-structural compo...
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This study investigates experimentally the seismic behavior of reinforced concrete (RC) frames damaged by earthquakes and retrofitted with masonry infill walls. To this end, a 2/5 scale one-bay one story RC frame structure designed only for gravity loads (...
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