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+ - Gene Associated with High Anxiety Can Have Protective Effect on the Battlefield

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An anonymous reader writes "Stress can often trigger an unwanted feeling of worry and nervousness about the future, and especially for those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), life can be very unpredictable. Fortunately, new psychological testing has helped identify factors that can mitigate against PTSD according to researchers from Tel Aviv Unviersity's School of Psychological Sciences."
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Gene Associated with High Anxiety Can Have Protective Effect on the Battlefield

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