Playing Through Pain; Loneliness Epidemic; Understanding School Levies

How did a local high school football team cope with the death of their star quarterback, to random gunfire?

A growing number of Americans say they're lonely, at least some of the time. Why does that matter? Health experts say there's a correlation between those feelings of isolation -- and your health.

And tomorrow, voters in many Ohio districts decide if they want to increase local taxes, to pay for school improvements. So why do property tax concerns of more than 40 years ago still shape how we pay for schools today?

Guests: 

Neha Vyas, MD, Family Medicine, Cleveland Clinic

Adrian Ma, Reporter, ideastream

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