Nightmares. Insomnia. Anxiety. Startle responses. Although it may seem that the country is moving on from last September's terrorist attacks, emotional stress symptoms such as these may not be evident for some time, and experts say health care providers may be faced with a second wave of patients showing emotional trauma reactions in coming months, or as the anniversary date of the attacks approaches. But CME on emotional trauma can be a tough sell. “We did a videoconference on bioterror in ...

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