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Soldiers Are Seeking Care For PTSD, Depression More Frequently Now, As Stigma Of Mental Illness Decreases.

A new study has found that the stigma about mental illness has decreased among U.S. soldiers in recent years. Soldiers are more likely to seek mental health assistance now, as they feel more comfortable doing so than in the past.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Unfortunately, the treatment for PTSD (i.e. more anti-depressants, etc.) has generated relatively poor results, whereas the indication of much better results using high-dose fish oil remains ignored.

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