Brandi Wagner is disabled and unable to work because of the depression and anxiety she developed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. © Politico
Brandi Wagner is disabled and unable to work because of the depression and anxiety she developed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. © Politico Politico
Brandi Wagner is disabled and unable to work because of the depression and anxiety she developed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. © Politico Politico

‘Katrina Brain’: Psychological trauma is invisible long-term toll of megastorms

October 13, 2017 03:42 PM

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