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  Stress -  Generally, any force that when applied to a system causes some significant modification of its form

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Stress and Adjustment Disorders
Life Sress
Are You Stressed?
Stress Home Page
Stress Less (Stress Information)
The Stress Space
The Medical Basis of Stress, Depression and Anxiety
The Road to Burnout
The Web's Stress Management & Emotional Wellness
Veritas Programming
Psychological Disorders and Stress
Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
Gulf War Syndrome
List of Clinical Trials -  PTSD
National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress - General Information
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Recovery
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
PTSD - Combat Veterans Research
PTSD - Bibliography
PTSD Links
PTSD - Combat veterans research.
Trauma General
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
David Baldwin's Trauma Information Page - Focus Primarily on Emotional Trauma and Traumatic Stress, including PTSD.Car Accidents - Almost half of car accident victims may develop post-traumatic stress disorder
Journal of Traumatic Stress
The Trauma Stress Web Page
Trauma Information and Resources
Traumatic Amnesia in Holocaust Survivors
Traumatic Stress Home Page
Traumatic Stress Network
Victim-Assistance Online
Stress and Adjustment Disorders - Books, Journals and other Information
Journal of Traumatic Stress
NIMH -  Brochures on Stress - Gopher Site
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Bibliography   Annotated list of books and articles about the emotional aftershocks of psychological trauma.
The Unending Trauma, a Medical Librarians Guide to Books on PTSD
The Traumatic Stress Home Page
Trauma Treatment Manual - By Dr. Edward L. Schmookler.
What is PTSD? Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - By Connie Saindon MA; MFCC CTC.

 

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