Give an Hour(TM)'s Volunteer Mental Health Professionals Provide More Than $1.4 Million in Services to Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans, Families, and Communities
WASHINGTON, June 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Give an Hour(TM), a national nonprofit organization providing free mental health services to veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan
and their loved ones, announces results of its May 2009 survey.
Give an Hour(TM) periodically surveys its volunte...
Veterans From Iraq, Afghanistan & Other Conflicts Partner With Service Dogs in America's VetDogs Graduation Ceremony
WASHINGTON, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The newest service dogs from America's VetDogs will take their places beside four disabled veterans, who have served in Iraq, Afghanistan
and other conflicts, in a special graduation ceremony before a gathering of top army officials, defense contractors and supp...
Iraq and Afghanistan Military Get Complimentary Help for Aching Backs
Veterans returning with back problems can benefit from the "CINN Gives Back" program. Spine specialists at the Chicago Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroresearch are offering complimentary consultations for Iraq and Afghanistan
war veterans .
Chicago, IL (P...
Give an Hour's Volunteer Mental Health Professionals Provide More than $1.2 Million in Services to Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans, Families, and Communities
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Give an Hour, a national nonprofit organization providing free mental health services to troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan
and their loved ones, announces results of its February survey.
Give an Hour periodically surveys its volunteer pr...
Study finds 1 in 5 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans suffer from PTSD or major depression
Nearly 20 percent of military service members who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan
-- 300,000 in all -- report symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder or major depression, yet only slight more than half have sought treatment, according to a new RAND Corporation study.
In addition, res...
Easter Seals Launches Nationwide Program for U.S. Service Members and Veterans Deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan with Traumatic Brain Injury
CHICAGO, Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Easter Seals, with funding from the
Ludy Family Foundation and W.K. Kellogg Foundation, is launching a new
nationwide program to help returning veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury
(TBI) through Posit Science(R) Brain Fitness Program -- an in-home,
EEG Institute to Provide Free Post-Traumatic Stress Treatment for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Dec. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the last few months
a great amount of attention has been placed on what can be done for those
veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan
wars who return home suffering from
PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder. The vast majority of veterans are
Easter Seals Launches Program for Veterans Returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with Traumatic Brain Injuries
Seeks Participants in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Hartford and Sacramento Markets
CHICAGO, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ --
Why: According to the Department of Defense, the signature wound for U.S. soldiers involved in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan
is Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)...
New Evidence that Bush Administration Impeded 3 Investigations into Alleged Massacre of Up to 2,000 Prisoners in Afghanistan
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has issued a call for a criminal probe in the wake of a major New York Times story with new evidence that the Bush Administration impeded at least three federal investigations into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan...
Sharing surgical lessons from the Canadian field hospital in Afghanistan
Lessons learned at the Canadian-run military hospital in Kandahar, Afghanistan
could help surgeons prepare for civilian disasters, according to a London, Ontario physician who has served two tours at the hospital. Dr. Vivian McAlister is a professor in the Department of Surgery at the Schulich Sc...
Afghanistan in Medical Technology
Neuro Kinetics: Research Suggests I-Portal(R) NOTC Data Shows Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries That Other Technologies Miss
...udy on Web Site, New Help for Returning Vets
PITTSBURGH, March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- With record numbers of American soldiers returning from Iraq and afghanistan
with brain injuries, a case study from Neuro Kinetics, Inc. (NKI) ( www.neuro-kinetics.com ) suggests that tests utilizing its I-Portal(R) NOTC (Neuro...
For Iraq Veterans, Headaches Continue After Traumatic Brain Injury
...o experienced mild head trauma or a blast exposure while serving in Iraq or afghanistan
are returning to the United States with headaches, according to a study rel...d at Fort Lewis, WA, involved 978 U.S. Army soldiers returning from Iraq or afghanistan
in 2008. All had experienced a concussion, head injury or blast exposure wh...
Franco Nuschese Tapped by Robert C. Gallo Foundation for AIDS and Virus Research
... a member of the boards of the University of Maryland's Institute of Human Virology, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Washington National Opera, the afghanistan
World Foundation, and the foundation for Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. Nuschese is a recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Ho...
Advances in Science and Treatment of Pain Presented at 25th Annual American Academy of Pain Medicine Meeting January 28 - 31, 2009
Catastrophizing About Pain & Enhanced Pro-Inflammatory Pain
Response Poster 250
Pain Surveys of Casualties from the Iraq and afghanistan
Posters 252 and 253
Outcomes of a Community-Based Pain Management Program, Poster 261
Public Opinion Survey Regarding Prescription ...
Interview of the Vice President
...e are not isolated incidents. The notion that somehow
Iraq is a bad war and afghanistan
is a good war and we're going to go fight
in Afghanistan, we don't want to ...released in an amnesty, goes to
Afghanistan and operates a training camp in afghanistan
to train terrorists
how to do -- (inaudible) --. When we go into Afghanista...
Afghanistan in Medical Dictionary
...perianal skin. HOME WHAT IS FISTULA ?HAMLIN/ETHIOPIA D.R. CONGO ANGOLA afghanistan
ABOUT US HOW ... A fistula is simply a hole between an internal organ a...world that ... HOME WHAT IS FISTULA ?HAMLIN/ETHIOPIA D.R. CONGO ANGOLA afghanistan
ABOUT US HOW ... What are the causes of obstetric fistula ? ... fistu...
Afghanistan in Biological News
Agriculture project helps bring 'PEACE' to Afghanistan
KABUL More than 80 percent of Afghanistan's livestock production, consisting primarily of sheep and goats with a smattering of cattle, originates with that country's traditional nomadic herdsmen, the Kuchi.
For 2 years, the Texas A&M System has been involved in a U.S. Agency for International...
Army study improves ability to predict drinking water needs
...m of the release.)
Water needs difficult to predict
The Army spends substantial resources transporting water to troops in the field, including afghanistan
and Iraq. Water transport accounts for about one-third of in-theatre costs, according to Dr. Cheuvront. The Institute of Medicine has also expressed i...
Afghanistan releases its first-ever list of protected species
... KABUL, afghanistan
(June 3, 2009) -- The Wildlife Conservation Societ...on and Livestock, and Kabul University created the afghanistan
Wildlife Executive Committee (AWEC) to facilitate ...most recent and accurate information available for afghanistan
and the region, and then evaluated those data usin...
Afghanistan declares its first national park
... KABUL, afghanistan
(EMBARGOED UNTIL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2009; 2:00 AM U.S. EASTERN TIME) The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Wildlif...
Professor to measure environmental impact of war
...times of war."
Bouchard acknowledges that conducting a civilized war is a paradox. However, he does see positive signs in certain practices used in afghanistan
that aim to reduce the damage by decontaminating their sites, by planning food and water transport and by avoiding the waste of resources.
USGS Science Picks
...ting in San Francisco, Calif., from December 15. Press conferences scheduled at the conference include USGS science for the revitalization of afghanistan
and the release of a new U.S. Climate Change Science Program report on Abrupt Climate Change. USGS scientists are also leading a day-long field trip f...
Stanley to Continue Biometrics In-Service Engineering Support for U.S. Army
... this important work," said Randy
Brooks, vice president for Stanley. "Achieving identity dominance is a key
part of the military strategy in Iraq and afghanistan
and biometrics is a high
interest area for the Department of Defense. We are honored to play a part in
the development of capabilities to meet current...
HJF nursing specialist wins prestigious Celina Field Cargiver Award
...em," said Mark Rasmussen, chief executive officer of NPF.
Rupprecht and her colleagues provide pain management for soldiers returning from Iraq and afghanistan
with devastating injuries. She helped rewrite the hospital's policies on pain management through the creation of a Pain Process Improvement Team. Most...
Counter-terrorism symposium held at NJIT tomorrow
...ors, a lieutenant colonel in the US Army Reserves, will be the key note speaker. Connors will draw upon anecdotal experiences from his experiences in afghanistan
coupled with his 20-plus years of work in the areas of national defense, counter terrorism, and homeland security.
'Himalaya -- Changing Landscapes' photo exhibition draws attention to the impacts of climate change
The Hindu Kush-Himalayan region is the highest, most complex mountain region in the world. It extends more than 3500km over eight countries, from afghanistan
in the north-west to Myanmar in the south-east. The area ranges from the high plateau of Tibet and other mountain areas of China to the Ganges Basin i...
Afghanistan in Biological Technology
Bio-Matrix Scientific Group & Entest BioMedical Submit Research Proposal to U.S. Army for Funding Adipose-Derived Stem Cells to Treat Traumatic Brain Injury
...ective therapeutic approaches to reverse the injury. Combat-related brain injuries in service members returning from the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and afghanistan
appear to be higher than in previous conflicts. Walter Reed Army Medical Center has stated that nearly 30% of all patients with combat-related injurie...
Dr. Lawrence Spivack, a LASIK Eye Surgeon Expert Serving Denver, Colorado, Joins Elite Circle of Surgeons Listed at Trusted LASIK Surgeons
...or others who do not always have the means to afford exceptional eye care is nowhere more evident than the free LASIK eye surgery program for Iraq and afghanistan
veterans of the armed forces, generously sponsored by the doctors and staff at Spivack Vision Center. Dr. Spivack also co-founded the Denver Rescue Mi...
Verathon Inc., Maker of BladderScan(R) and GlideScope(R), Ranks in Deloitte's 2008 Washington State Technology 'Fast 50' for 5th Time in Past 7 Years
...icant benefits to Anesthesiology, Emergency,
Critical Care, and EMS professionals. The GlideScope(R) Ranger is also
being used by the military in both afghanistan
To qualify for the Technology Fast 50, companies must have had
operating revenues of at least $50,000 in 2003 and $5,000,000 in 2007, be
Animetrics Inc. Selected to Provide 3D Face Viewer Technology for United States Army Biometric Automated Toolset (BAT)
...e primary training centers for interrogation techniques and data collection. Intelligence personnel trained at the Arizona base are stationed in Iraq, afghanistan
and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Animetrics Inc., headquartered in Conway, N.H., is a leading developer of 3D imaging for facial biometric systems. The A...
Cleveland Clinic and Rutgers to Lead Newly Formed Institute for War Wounded
...ho suffer from similar injuries."
AFIRM is a national effort to address the healthcare challenges of
severely injured service members returning from afghanistan
and Iraq, said
Dr. Kohn of Rutgers.
"Our foremost goal is to alleviate the human suffering associated with
debilitating blast injuries and to enable...
Medical College of Wisconsin researcher gets national defense appointment
...the college has been used for the treatment of cancer patients undergoing bone-marrow transplants and is used by special operations forces in Iraq and afghanistan
for to treat tissue injuries. Other possible applications being explored include treatment of neurological diseases and countering the effects of weig...
ConjuGon gets $730K to treat infections
... Madison, Wis. - Injured soldiers in Iraq and afghanistan
are becoming infected with bacteria that conventional antibiotics cannot treat, but a Madison-based company is developing counter-measures.
With a ...