Military veterans turn to beekeeping for relief

A small but growing number of veterans around the U.S. are turning to beekeeping as a potential treatment for mental health conditions such as anxiety and PTSD. (Sept. 11)

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In Central African Republic, traumatised children draw for therapy | AFP

In a makeshift tent, 43-year-old Congolese psychologist Mamie Nouria Meniko analyses the drawings of children suffering from PTSD in the Lazaré displaced persons’ camp. Families from the region are squeezed together here, having fled the abuses of armed groups. For Meniko, this method helps bridge the gap between children and adults.

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How MDMA Could Help Cure PTSD | VICE on HBO (Bonus)

PTSD affects millions of Americans, including 20% of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and up to 30% of first responders. Despite this, available treatment is limited, resulting in long-term suffering and, in many cases, suicide. But a new set of trials using MDMA-assisted therapy has achieved remarkable results.

VICE’s Ben Anderson, who has been covering conflict for almost two decades and was diagnosed himself over a year ago, decided to try the treatment himself.

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A Living Hell in Yemen & MDMA for PTSD | VICE on HBO (Trailer)

After nearly four years of war in Yemen at least 10,000 civilians have been killed. Millions more have fled their homes and are now facing famine and disease. The situation is so dire that the UN has described it as the world’s worst humanitarian disaster. The crisis, created in large part by US allies Saudi Arabia and the UAE, using US supplied weapons and planes, has turned Yemen into a living hell. Ben Anderson returns to Yemen, gets access to the various fighting groups waging war for the Saudi/Emirati led coalition, and sees the devastating effect the chaotic fighting and indiscriminate bombing is having on civilians.

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PTSD affects millions of Americans, including 20% of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and up to 30% of first responders. Despite this, available treatment is limited, resulting in long term suffering and, in many cases, suicide. But a new set of trials using MDMA-assisted therapy has achieved remarkable results. VICE’s Ben Anderson, who has been covering conflict for almost two decades and was diagnosed himself over a year ago, decided to try the treatment himself.

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Diggs: ‘We’re all experiencing some form of PTSD’

(25 Jul 2018) “Blindspotting” writers and stars Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal say their new drama about a police shooting is cathartic for its audience. (July 25)

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Doctor: PTSD a Concern For Boys Pulled From Cave

An emergency medicine physician says the boys rescued after more than two weeks in a Thailand cave should make a fast physical recovery. PTSD could be a concern. (July 10)

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Doctor: PTSD a Concern For Boys Pulled From Cave

An emergency medicine physician says the boys rescued after more than two weeks in a Thailand cave should make a fast physical recovery. PTSD could be a concern. (July 10)

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What An Experimental, Veterans-Only Jail Housing Unit Is Like (HBO)

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In a barracks-style room in Billerica, MA, 25 veterans wake up everyday and divide into squads for PT and cleaning routines. They are not on an army base or in a VFW hall, but in a county jail. This is HUMV, the Housing Unit for Military Veterans (the inmates came up with the name) at the Middlesex County Jail. It is one of a very small but growing number of jail units dedicated solely to veterans that have arisen across the country in recent years, and it’s being used as a model for new ones.

The unit is designed to replicate aspects of the military that will make them feel supported—the walls are covered in murals of Iwo Jima, flags, insignia of the various military divisions. It’s also built around daily, targeted rehabilitative opportunities—inmates attend rigorous programming from parenting classes to PTSD counseling.

VICE News goes inside HUMV to see military life behind bars, and visits a professor and Vietnam vet who thinks these prison programs are getting one crucial thing wrong.

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Weed for PTSD & John Lennon’s Deportation: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 22, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News explores how John Lennon’s deportation laid the groundworks for DACA. We talk veterans who are fighting for the right to use cannabis as treatment for PTSD and other ailments. Ben Rhodes explains Trump’s new Afghan policy.

In the second episode of our series American Jobs, we follow Sean, the on-demand bike riding Postmate, throughout his workday in New York City. And, in HAIM’s last installment of Music Critic, the band reviews Aminé feat. Kehlani, Kyle and more.

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