PTSD: The war within women
Mothers, wives, daughters and soldiers. Women who served in combat zones continue to struggle with their war-time experiences when they're home. Research shows women are twice as likely to suffer from post traumatic stress disorder than men. She's home from Iraq, but for Army Sergeant Megan Krause, the battlefield is still fresh on her mind. "You're driving down the road, something looks like trash, and it turns out to be a bomb, and it blows up one of your Humvees," Megan told Ivanhoe. Megan served as a combat medic and struggles with the violence and trauma she experienced.
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