Haiti Relief Aid Can Sway Risk for Mental Woes

When people in Haiti pause from helping the hungry, injured and homeless the near impossible task of stopping their own emotional trauma from the last week's earthquake becomes apparent. "Most people are just in shock and disbelief of what has happened. Most people are still sleeping outside. They are scared to sleep inside the houses," Lisa Betor, who runs a shelter for 70 malnourished children in a village called Cazale outside of Port-au-Prince, wrote in an e-mail to ABCNews.com. "You...Full Story
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