- Wisconsin's veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan can help researchers understand how soldiers adjust to life after combat. That study is happening at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Researchers there say many veterans coming back from war suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD-but not all of those soldiers respond to conventional treatment.
Scientists hope to develop new strategies for treating PTSD. The programs may involve group discussions, breathing exercises, meditation and gentle stretching.
The university says these programs are cost-effective, free of side effects, and veterans can practice the techniques on their own.
Soldiers could be paid up to $380 to participate. Interested veterans should call 608-263-0803.
Story By: Associated Press