Call For Action To Prevent Gun Violence; Sleep Health; Kevin Love Essay And Mental Health

School shootings and other instances of gun violence are far more frequent in the United States than in other nations. But there's a new public health approach to preventing school and community violence. We discuss the "Call for Action To Prevent Gun Violence In The United States of America" with one of the scholars who helped draft the recommendations.

If this past weekend seemed to zip by especially fast, well, it did -- thanks to daylight saving time. But losing that hour can wreak havoc on sleep schedules. We'll talk about getting the zzz's you need.

And, the Cavaliers' Kevin Love suffered a panic attack on the court in November. Now, he's opening up about mental health issues, hoping to break through a perceived stigma. 

Additional Information:

Sound of ideas: Mental health experts discuss the importance of breaking silence and stigma

Guests: 

Dan Flannery, PhD, Director, Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education, Case Western Reserve University

Michelle Drerup, PsyD, Director, Behavioral Sleep Medicine, Cleveland Clinic

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