Study: Superstorm Sandy increased rates of depression, PTSD, alcohol and substance abuse

May 13, 2014

The physical damage wrought by Superstorm Sandy was visible for anyone to see, reports NJBIZ. Towns flooded, homes and businesses destroyed and billions of dollars in rebuilding costs, but the 2012 storm also took an invisible toll: increased rates of depression, post-traumatic stress and alcohol and substance.

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