Posts Tagged “PTSD”

My Brother’s Suicide, My PTS and USS LIBERTY Remembrance Day #BeThere #ConnectCommunicateCare

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My Brother’s Suicide, My PTS and USS LIBERTY Remembrance Day #BeThere #ConnectCommunicateCare

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. The World Health Organization estimates that over 800,000 people die by suicide each year – that’s one person every 40 seconds. Every suicide is preventable. “Connect, Communicate, Care” is the theme of the 2016 World Suicide Prevention Day which falls on September 10. This reporter will be in Colorado…

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Invictus Games, PTSD and Remember Liberty

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Invictus Games, PTSD and Remember Liberty

The 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando showcased over 500 athletes from 15 countries, competing in 10 events. By Eileen Fleming Prince Harry created the Invictus Games in 2014 to spotlight the capabilities and achievements of injured service members. Harry said he hoped the Orlando games would spotlight the mental health issues, injuries such as post-traumatic…

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International CANNABIS EXPO and the U.S. Israel Cannabis Connection

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International CANNABIS EXPO and the U.S. Israel Cannabis Connection

International CANNA PRO EXPO unites Health Care Community and Cannabis Industry with patients, caregivers and activists calling for cannabis to be regulated just as alcohol is. By Eileen Fleming [Orlando, Fl.] The International Canna Pro Expo ran from Oct. 2-4th and united the Health Care Community and Medical Cannabis Industry leaders, entrepreneurs, medical marijuana patients,…

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Healing Gaza Palestine Israel with Yoga and Physicians for Social Responsibility

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Healing Gaza Palestine Israel with Yoga and Physicians for Social Responsibility

By Eileen Fleming Ned Rosch, a certified yoga teacher and graduate of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s “Healing the Wounds of War,” program said he “was raised in a traditional Zionist Jewish home and torn apart by an internal conflict between my increasingly progressive politics and my Zionist upbringing.  Ultimately, I realized I needed to…

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PTSD Nation and Gaza’s Children of Resilience

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PTSD Nation and Gaza’s Children of Resilience

By Eileen Fleming Where children play in Gaza 20,000 homes are destroyed and uninhabitable and over 100,000 Palestinians are homeless, or crowded in with relatives. Building materials promised by the UN and international donors are stalled or unavailable and once again Governments around the world agreed to shoulder the burden of Zionist impunity by pledging…

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