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Notes-1st Article Quotes and ideas
"Moreover, although gender differences appear smaller when analyses are restricted to combat trauma samples, the literature that is currently available is based on prior cohorts in which women's combat exposure was limited, and thus, may not allow for a robust test of this hypothesis. In addition, most prior studies on gender differences in combat trauma have relied on analyses that do not directly evaluate gender differences in associations between combat exposure and postdeployment mental health."
"Women's increased exposure to combat also raises the question of whether there may be gender differences in the mental health consequences of combat exposure."
Notes-2nd Article Quotes and Ideas
"Operation Wolfhound began about two years ago when Miller's daughter, Rhiannon, suggested they donate two of their Borzoi puppies to people in need of a service dog. Miller, who also experiences symptoms associated with PTSD, said the dogs were well received and proved to be helpful to their owners. To date, Operation Wolfhound has donated or pledged seven dogs to veterans with PTSD."
My Ideas: what kind of foundation there is and when it started.
"Since he has high blood pressure, the dog will be trained to sense when he is getting stressed out and will put his head on Mason's lap to be petted, which will aid in calming him down."
My Ideas:What kind of small things the dog can help the owner with.