Military discusses altering the name for PTSD

05/7/2012 | Washington Post, The

Military officers and health care providers are considering changing the name of post-traumatic stress disorder to post-traumatic stress injury. Advocates of the change argue it would reduce the stigma associated with the condition and make it easier for troops who have it to be awarded the Purple Heart. Experts warn the new designation could affect permanent disability payments.

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