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Controlled study after Dutch caf fire highlights teen mental-health problems after disasters

alth effects of exposure to disaster, including anxiety, depression, incoherent thinking, aggression, and substance use, which commonly occur in combination with post-traumatic stress disorderOur findings show that adolescents are inclined to react to severe stressful events with excessive use of alcohol. This might help policy-makers and researchers to incorporate prevention and treatment strategies to reduce excessive use of alcohol if a disaster involves adolescents, and to prevent alcohol dependence."


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Contact: Joe Santangelo
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Lancet
28-Aug-2003


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