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AKC Canine Health Foundation Funded Study of 9/11 Search and Rescue Dogs Enters its Fourteenth Year

A November 24, 2015 report from the American Kennel Club’s Health Foundation on 9/11 search and rescue dogs shows the program ongoing with the final three dogs still alive.Morgan an English Springer Spaniel who worked at the Staten Island Landfill, Bretagne, a Golden Retriever who worked at the World Trade Center, and Tookie, an Airedale from the […]

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Tales of the Super Survivors: PTSD and Post-Traumatic Growth

In the November 24, 2015 New York Times Opinion page, David Brooks draws on the work of several psychologists to paint a more optimistic picture of survivors of terrorism than is usually depicted.

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Downtown Manhattan’s economy soars past pre-9/11 figures

In the November 24, 2015 issue of AMNY, Ivan Pereira and Jason Shaltiel write that Lower Manhattan’s private sector employment numbers are the highest they’ve been since the terrorist attacks of 2001. Lower Manhattan accounts for approximately 10% to New York City’s economy while accounting for only 0.3% of the city’s geographical area. To learn the details, please […]

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