Dogs may help wounded troops cope with stress
from Military Times
A blast from a suicide bomber on a motorcycle in Afghanistan gave Joshua Endicott injuries from his head to his toes. Doctors and the medical staff at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington worked to heal most of those wounds. But 10 months after Endicott, 20, of Columbus, Ohio, was hit and ultimately evacuated from Afghanistan, the emotional scars remain.
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