Lifetime Battle: Kids’ Struggles Don’t End When the War Is Over – NBCNews.com

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Lifetime Battle: Kids’ Struggles Don’t End When the War Is Over – NBCNews.com

Lifetime Battle: Kids' Struggles Don't End When the War Is Over
NBCNews.com
One of the first and most lasting symptoms may be insomnia, says Kristin Bulin, executive director for the Center for Survivors of Torture & War Trauma in St. Louis. “They don't feel safe, so they don't sleep.” That leads not only to tiredness, but

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