Military with PTSD has a solution for fear of loud bangs 4th of July weekend

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FILE – In this June 16, 2017, file photo, Julian Gibson, of Dallas Center, Iowa, holds packages of fireworks before buying them in a tent owned by the Iowa Fireworks Company, in Adel, Iowa. Fireworks injuries more than doubled in Iowa in the four years since a 2017 law legalized their sale and use by consumers, with far more children getting hurt and more patients requiring amputation, according to state data and a new study. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)

Shawn Gourley, Executive Director of Military with PTSD, and the creator of Explosion of Kindness, joins Lisa Dent to talk 4th of July fireworks and how they can have a negative effect on military veterans with PTSD. She gives advice on how a simple act of kindness can help out disabled veterans.

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