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The psychiatrist who helped the 9/11 first responders overcome their trauma

My patients often seek help during the darkest of times: job loss, medical illness, and the loss of a loved one are just some of the challenges that can feel tremendously daunting. But what happens when several of these tragedies happen all at once, in one day, in one moment unexpectedly and so tragically? More.

Mayor Adams won’t release 9/11 toxin reports until NYC’s liability risk determined

Mayor Adams won’t be releasing any data about the toxic chemicals floating around Ground Zero after 9/11 until an “extensive legal review” determines the city’s liability risk, the Daily News has learned. More.

September 11th Victim Compensation Fund decided more claims, paid most money in 2023

The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund has awarded $12.8 billion to over 56,600 claimants since being reactivated in 2011 and last year decided more claims and issued more reward dollars than in any prior year, the fund said in its annual report. More.

Lost Witnesses and Faded Memories Impede Progress in Sept. 11 Case

Four years ago, in dramatic testimony, a U.S. psychologist described in open court how he had threatened to slit the throat of a young son of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the accused mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, if another Qaeda attack claimed the life of an American child. More.

Strongsville Fire Department honors 9/11 First Responders

Fox 8 News in the Morning continues its Cooking with Fire series, in this week's edition Kristi Capel visits the Strongsville Fire Department . In this segment Kristi learns about the meaningful 9/11 Memorial located in Station #4. More.

Mental health impacts of gun violence

Mental health experts say gun violence takes a toll on your mental health whether you are involved in the event or not. More.

NYC claims it has no data on 9/11 toxin dangers

An attempt to learn more about the deadly toxins kicked into New York City’s atmosphere after the 9/11 terror attacks has so far been shut down by city government, with two key agencies claiming they have no information on the matter. More.

Coping with Emotional Distress Following Mass Violence: Available Resources and Support

Incidents of mass violence, like the recent shooting in Kansas City, often have far-reaching effects on the emotional wellbeing of individuals and communities. These events can trigger a wide range of emotions, including fear, sadness, anger, and helplessness. More.