Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Elevated “Hunger” Hormone Leaves Trauma-Exposed Teens at Higher Risk for PTSD

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This shows an upset looking teen wearing a hoodieThe risk of developing PTSD was eight times higher in teens who experienced traumatic events and had elevated acyl-ghrelin levels than trauma-exposed teens with lower levels of the hormone.