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Health Issues Stack Up In Houston As Harvey Evacuees Seek Shelter

With thousands of people displaced, health workers are trying to address the immediate medical needs of evacuees as well as mental health issues made worse by the disaster.

Evacuees fill up cots at a shelter set up inside the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Health Issues Stack Up In Houston As Harvey Evacuees Seek Shelter

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Health Issues Stack Up In Houston As Harvey Evacuees Seek Shelter

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Queens of the Stone Age, led by Josh Homme (center). The band's new album Villains was released August 25. Andreas Neumann/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Interviews

Amplified And Orbital: Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme On Living In The Moment

7 min

Amplified And Orbital: Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme On Living In The Moment

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