A yoga program developed by a woman who conquered PTSD after losing a child now helps others exposed to terrible traumas de-stress using the ancient physical and spiritual practices.
The death toll from the Strip shooting has remained unchanged at 58 since Oct. 2, surprising even those who operated on the critically wounded.
The early results of a study by UNLV researchers raise questions about the current diagnosis model for post-traumatic stress syndrome, which says a person must have lived through a traumatic event or have a loved one who did.
Tina Frost, who suffered a serious head wound in the Las Vegas shooting, continues her recovery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where she has undergone a second surgery and faces more extensive medical work.
Nathan Adelson Hospice is providing grief counseling sessions for those affected by the Oct. 1 shooting. In addition, SilverSummit Healthplan and Envolve Health have established a 24-hour crisis hotline
Eight people were still in Las Vegas area hospitals on Monday as a result of injuries sustained in the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting, four of whom were in critical condition.
Joseph Bruno, the nurse in charge in the University Medical Center’s trauma unit on Oct. 1, says he will never forget the silence amid the carnage.
After Dr. Timothy Dickhudt, a University Medical Center trauma surgeon, operated on Philip Aurich after the mass shooting in Las Vegas, he discovered that their families had connections in his native Minnesota.
Psychology Professor Stephen Benning is collecting narrative accounts from Las Vegas residents in hopes of determining whether certain personality traits better enable people to recover from tragedies.
Even people who weren’t at the Route 91 Harvest concert when the shooting occurred can experience symptoms such as flashbacks, nightmares and feelings of guilt.