Fear continues to linger in Fayette, the village closest to the epicenter of the earthquake in Haiti. A visit from scientists who are doing more than passing through with their instruments would be appreciated.
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New York clinical psychologist and well-known TV and radio personality Judy Kuriansky, Ph.D. just returned from Haiti where she trained "comforters" -...
Eighteen miles outside of Port-au-Prince, the coastal city of Leogane lies in ruins. Thousands of displaced have been seeking refuge at the Notre Dame Haiti Program, an undamaged medical facility.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Te tremble (pron. Tay Tromblay) is Haitian Creole for "earthquake." Its literal translation: "The earth trembled." After the ...
I cannot imagine, however, how bad Haiti is at this moment -- and we cannot reach our project there outside Jacmel. We have just gotten through to our American neighbor there.
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