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It was one of a few post-hurricane visits that Minnesota medical professionals have made, thanks to crowdfunding, a donation from El Fondo Boricua through the St. Paul Foundation, funds raised by the Puerto Rican Student Association and support from the Coalition of Puerto Ricans in Minnesota.

While the Minnesota group has yet to find statistics on childrens mental health in Puerto Rico, other studies have shown that children are particularly vulnerable to the effects of disasters.

A study released five years after Hurricane Katrina by the National Center for Disaster Preparedness found that more than 37 percent of children had received a clinical mental health diagnosis of depression, anxiety or behavior disorder, and children exposed to the hurricane were almost five times more likely than other children to exhibit serious emotional disturbance. Poor children were particularly vulnerable, the study found.

Teachers in Puerto Rico told Weil that students seem to be displaying more disruptive behavior, such as paying less attention to staff members, failing to turn in homework and getting into squabbles with other students more quickly.

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