SPOTLIGHT: Mental health problems abounded post-Katrina


Nobody expected life to be easy for survivors of Hurricane Katrina--particularly on their mental health. Now, a new study confirms that mental health problems were one of the major impacts of the storm, with 17 percent of residents reporting serious mental conditions within one month of the flooding. Article

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