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Trauma Care, Injury Response, and Coping with Stress

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Coping with Stress

Coping with Stress

(Posted 11/05/2009)
Sometimes after experiencing a traumatic event that is especially frightening—including personal or environmental disasters, or being threatened with an assault—people have a strong and lingering reaction to stress. Getting the right care and support can put problems in perspective and help stressful feelings and symptoms subside.


Members of the News Media

For more information call CDC Injury Center Media Relations at 770-488-4902.

General Public
Inquiries from the general public are handled by CDC-INFO at 800-CDC-INFO or 800-232-4636.

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