A molecular-biologist-turned-Buddhist-monk says altruism is the answer to many of the world's most pressing challenges. Can concern for others help solve wealth inequality, climate change and world hunger?
Guest Host: Steve Roberts
A new study on using antidepressant drugs to treat adolescents shows that talk therapy combined with the drug works better than the drug alone or a placebo. Steve Roberts and guests talk about the study and other new information about depression in people under 18, and how best to treat it.
- Dr. John Walkup associate professor of child psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center
- Dr. David Fassler clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Vermont and author of "Help Me, I'm Sad"
- Dr. Thomas Insel director of the National Institute of Mental Health/NIH
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