Stressors may trigger post-traumatic stress symptoms

01/3/2008 | Reuters

People who have ongoing stress are more likely to have post-traumatic stress symptoms when they experience a traumatic event, even including financial difficulties or relationship problems, according to a new study. Researchers found women and Hispanics were more likely to develop the symptoms than men and whites.

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