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Trauma Can Up Risk of Mental Disorders in First Responders

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Post Trauma Can Up Risk of Mental Disorders in First Responders

(Psych Central News) A new study suggests repeated exposure to traumatic events increase the risk of developing a psychiatric disorder among protective service workers, especially for those early in their careers. Overall, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that protective services workers do not appear to have a higher prevalence of mental health [...]

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