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Predicting Your Mental Health Using Data

28-Aug-19 12:00

Predicting Your Mental Health Using Data

The White House has been briefed on a proposal to develop a way to identify early signs of changes in people with mental illness that could lead to violent behavior. The proposal is part of a larger initiative to establish a new agency called the Health Advanced Research Projects Agency or HARPA, which would sit inside the Health and Human Services Department. Its director would be appointed by the president, and the agency would have a separate budget, according to three people with knowledge of conversations around the plan. But does mental health really and gun violence linked?

Produced by: Jeff Sandhu

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Jeff Sandhu, & Arvindh Yuvaraj


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