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Sayreville man’s life changed due to kindness of students he had never met BY JENNIFER BOOTON Staff Writer

Aveteran from Sayreville who was injured during the war in Iraq said his life has been forever changed due to the kind deeds of a small group of high school students.

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Stress symptoms rise with multiple tours

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By Allie Montgomery
Published: Thursday, 14 January 2010

Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) affects both active duty soldiers and war veterans, but now there may be a way to help prevent it. Immediately administering a treatment of morphine to troops wounded in the field can cut the chance in half that they will develop PTSD, according to a new study that is suggesting a new strategy for preventing the psychological fallout of war.

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Dr. Krakow discusses time monitoring of patients suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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Follow up: Dr. Krakow discusses the relationship between REM sleep and emotion. Research shows that REM sleep will improve how we process emotion... Part II

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Dr. Krakow discusses the relationship between REM sleep and emotion. Research shows that REM sleep will improve how we process emotion...

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