Study Measures Traumatic Stress among Israelis A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that more than three-quarters of all Israelis suffer traumatic side effects, such as numbness or depression, in response to frequent terrorist attacks. But the study also indicates that many have developed a tolerance to the violence over time. Hear NPR's Patricia Neighmond.
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Study Measures Traumatic Stress among Israelis

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Study Measures Traumatic Stress among Israelis

Study Measures Traumatic Stress among Israelis

Study Measures Traumatic Stress among Israelis

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A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that more than three-quarters of all Israelis suffer traumatic side effects, such as numbness or depression, in response to frequent terrorist attacks. But the study also indicates that many have developed a tolerance to the violence over time. Hear NPR's Patricia Neighmond.

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