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Intimacy After An Injury

Intimacy After An Injury

Lee Woodruff of the Bob Woodruff Foundation talks about sex and intimacy after an injury: why nobody wants to talk about it and why we should anyway.

Community Support

Community Support

Why civilian health care providers should be prepared to ask questions about combat exposure, PTSD and TBI.

Our Battle Cry

Our Battle Cry

"I feel like I met other lost souls in the darkness, and there were speakers and retreat organizers in the middle of it handing out flashlights."

The Big Picture

The Big Picture

Several hundred thousand service members have sustained TBI since 9/11. For most of these vets, the long-term challenge is dealing with profound changes in social skills and the ongoing demands of daily life.

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Breathing the Fire

Breathing the Fire

A car bomb in Iraq forced CBS News Correspondent Kimberly Dozier out from behind the camera and into her own front-page story.

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