This has tremendous implications to humans who channel and web surf. Unexpected pictures of Rosie O'Donnell will no longer require sniffing salts and will divert 911 phone calls to more needy cases. Researchers report finding a way to short-circuit feelings of panic in rats, according to a study out today. If they can do the same for humans, the discovery may lead to better therapies for anxiety disorders that have been running rampant after the sniper shootings and 9/11 terrorist attacks. In any given year, about 5 million people in the USA will suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, a psychiatric condition triggered by living through or witnessing a traumatic event. Some experts feel people can suffer PTSD symptoms after repeatedly watching traumatic events on television. Read more here.