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June 01, 2024

Feeding America & Fighting Teenage Depression
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Feeding America
Millions of Americans go hungry each day, especially children under five, despite the efforts of hundreds of nonprofit food banks and thousands of food pantries. Linda Nageotte, COO and President of Feeding America, discusses the factors contributing to the rapidly increasing need, and how Feeding America is working to help.
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Fighting Teenage Depression
Troubling rates of depression are affecting young adults with some high school students considering suicide. Autumn Kujawa, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology and Human Development and Director of the Mood, Emotion, & Development Lab at Vanderbilt University, explains the reasons behind this disturbing trend and how how parents can help.
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Build Baby Build
There's a serious shortage of housing in America and available properties are priced too high for most buyers. Do rules that limit housing developers need to be changed? Bryan Caplan, PhD, Professor of Economics at George Mason University, author of "Build, Baby, Build: The Science and Ethics of Housing Regulation", explains why far less regulation could dramatically improve the real estate market.
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