Stress And The Storm: How Researchers Hope To Help Pregnant Women Dealing With Disasters

The stress of relocation, and meeting medical needs were among issues faced by pregnant women after the storm.

By Davis LandJune 5, 2018 9:30 am| , , , ,

From Houston Public Media:

Since Hurricane Harvey, the number of people along the Gulf Coast needing help with mental stress and trauma has soared.

But that stress may not be limited to just the people who lived through the flood. Now, almost a year later, researchers are looking at how Harvey may have affected women who were pregnant during the storm and the generation of children who are just being born.

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