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After Katrina, a mental resiliency is found

Researchers see fragile optimism

By Joseph P. Williams
Globe Staff / August 29, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Hurricane Katrina survivors are twice as likely to suffer from serious mental health problems compared with New Orleans and Gulf Coast residents before the storm, according to a Harvard Medical School survey. But most of the survivors say they believe the area and their lives will rebound, despite the slow pace of recovery from the storm a year ... (Full article: 616 words)

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