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Ongoing Turmoil Undermines Egyptians' Mental Healthi
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February 26, 2014 9:57 PM
The violent aftermath of the Arab Spring in Egypt is taking a toll on the mental health of ordinary Egyptians. And with no end in sight to political and social strife, some psychiatrists warn the numbers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders and anxiety-induced depression will climb. VOA's Jamie Dettmer has more from Cairo.

Ongoing Turmoil Undermines Egyptians' Mental Health

Published February 26, 2014

The violent aftermath of the Arab Spring in Egypt is taking a toll on the mental health of ordinary Egyptians. And with no end in sight to political and social strife, some psychiatrists warn the numbers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders and anxiety-induced depression will climb. VOA's Jamie Dettmer has more from Cairo.


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