A new medical conference launched this week for healthcare practitioners who help war veterans deal with combat stress, depression, anxiety, and brain injuries. The first-ever Combat Stress Conference--held October 17 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Eagan, Minn.—was attended by 350 physicians, nurses, and psychiatrists who serve the behavioral healthcare needs of the 13,000 members of the Minnesota National Guard. Since 2001, more than 80 percent of the members have been mobilized for ...

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