Tsunami in Indonesia

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History

 

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Donald P

 

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August 5, 2013

 

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University

 

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Three months later, 1,300 people were killed on the Indonesian island of Nias by the aftershocks. In the new popular magazine WHO is an article titled ?§Water Doesn?¦t Always do the Body Good?? by: Sam Samson. He talks about mental health problems caused by the tsunami. The precise demand for mental health services after the tsunami was unknown, but WHO said that the prevalence of mild and moderate common mental disorders in the general population is 10% and that this can increase to 20% after a disaster...
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The precise demand for mental health services after the tsunami was unknown, but WHO said that the prevalence of mild and moderate common mental disorders in the general population is 10% and that this can increase to 20% after a disaster. Severe mental health problems, such as psychosis or severe depression, typically affect 2?V3% of any given population but can increase to 3?V4% after a disaster, WHO said...
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