News bites: New PTSD symptoms in troops, Dems lose primaries and more

The Army Medical Command warns that troops suffering from PTSD might present with non-traditional symptoms, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Conservative Democrats in Pennsylvania lost primaries Tuesday in part because of their support for healthcare reform, The New York Times reports.

A policy from the World Health Organization could help stem the tide of smoking across the globe, MedPage Today argues.

Children who have seen or experienced violence show wear and tear on their DNA that is similar to the effects of aging, a new study finds. The Los Angeles Times has more.

According to new research, many Americans don't follow their doctor's instructions while taking prescriptions. The Wall Street Journal has the story.