PTSD is more likely in children with parental history of anxiety

07/10/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Children who have experienced a traumatic event and have one or both parents with a history of anxiety disorders are three times as likely to have symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder one month after the event and twice as likely to have symptoms five years later, compared with children without parental history of an anxiety disorder, a study found.

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