By Clare Wilson
Only some people who go through a traumatic event get post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but for those who do, the condition can be devastating. A quick skin test could help spot those most at risk so they can be given support earlier.
People with PTSD can get nightmares and flashbacks after a traumatic event. Rebecca Hinrichs at Emory University in Georgia and her colleagues suspected that people’s reactions soon after the event might shed light on their risk of developing the condition.
To find out, …
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