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PTSD effects may linger in body chemistry of next generation


New research on survivors of the Holocaust shows how catastrophic events can alter our body chemistry, and how these changes can transmit to the next generation. The result? Our children may suffer the effects of a traumatic event they never witnessed. NewsHour’s Stephen Fee has the story.Check out this great video

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Spirit of Recovery

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A reformed hustler works to establish a drug recovery campus for homeless addicts in Seattle, Washington.

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Shifting the focus from trauma to compassion

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Dr. Arnd Herz, a self-described champion for ACEs science, would like nothing more than to witness a greater appreciation of how widespread adverse childhood experiences are.

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How Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Increase Risk for Chronic Illness

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If you have a chronic illness, research showing links between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and chronic illness may help begin to make sense of your symptoms.


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From street pimp to the dean's list

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Man who dealt drugs and prostitutes now helps others get clean and sober

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Heal Trauma & Build Resilience

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ACEs Connection: Supporting Communities to Accelerate ACEs Science 

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)

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Childhood trauma expert Dr. Robert Anda, 

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study.

How Can UAA Help Address ACES? What Do Future Leaders Need to Know?

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Gregory Williams and his book, Shattered By The Darkness, will help save lives.

Governor Gavin Newsom

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Governor Newsom announces Nadine Burke Harris to be CA's first-ever surgeon general.

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Dr. Altha Stewart

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APA President-elect Altha Stewart addresses trauma at mental health forum in Washington, DC

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Dr. Nadine Burke

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Dr. Nadine Burke Harris carries message about child trauma to White House and back

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