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+ - Smart Devices help Vets with PTSD

b_kitty writes: Smart phones and devices are a blessing in disguise for Veterans who face serious after service issues. Applications today are a great way to keep trauma stricken veterans occupied and mentally active with minimal effort. Alex Sanz from KHou.com reports a VA Physician, David Graham, referring to the devices as "Just a phenomenal resource" at the VA Medical Center. Straight from the article, " Doctors at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center have turned to technology to help combat veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Jury."
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