Health after Harvey: The lingering stress and distress of a major hurricane August 23, 2019

Stronger hurricanes and other flood-producing storms are happening already because of climate change and more should be expected, scientists say. Hurricane Harvey, which devastated parts of Houston and other locations along the Texas coast, is a case study in how a storm boosted by climate change affects people’s health, how some of those impacts linger, and how responses can be improved.

Read the full report by Ruth SoRelle here.