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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.


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General Public
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