Pamphlets about posttraumatic stress disorder at Fort Hamilton Army Garrison in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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Government "stress tests" on 19 of the U.S.'s largest banks, showed Bank of America will need about $34 billion to cover potential capital shortfalls
Air Force photo / Senior Airman Renae Kleckner
The U.S. military is already using virtual-reality therapy to help troops suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Army Photo / Sgt. Luther L. Boothe Jr.
U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan take part in a "stress shoot" designed to improve their mental resiliency and reduce suicides in their ranks.
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Jesus Bocanegra, 24, walks to a Memorial Day service in Benavides, Texas, on May 27, 2006. Bocanegra was diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder, a result of his service in Iraq in 2003-04
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The mother of a girl suffering from leukemia is overcome by the stress of dealing with the condition
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Pfc. Joseph Dwyer died of an accidental overdose after struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder
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WHAT DID HE KNOW?
Investigators are set to interview Buffett but stress he’s not a target
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In this June 5, 2008 file photo, visitors look at a giant panda through the protective glass of a renovated panda hall inside a zoo in Beijing, China. The Wuhan Zoo in central China has been feeding its two pandas home-cooked chicken soup twice in a month to reduce stress and give them a nutritional boost, a zoo official said Friday, Oct. 3, 2008
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Hatoyama, right, and Obama stress their alliance over their differences
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Pitching is not a natural motion, and too much of it can damage the rotator cuff in the shoulder or cause Little League elbow, a stress injury that leads to growth issues in the near term and post-traumatic arthritis later on
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Author Von Drehle and family stress-test their Honda minivan