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Gitanjali Rao

Season 6 Episode 2 | 25m 52s

Inventor and student scientist Gitanjali Rao was TIME’s 2020 Kid of the Year and in Forbes 30 under 30 in 2017 after inventing a lead detecting device at the age of 13. In her conversation with Kelly Corrigan, Gitanjali speaks about some of her other innovations, multi-generational solutions, and reflects on her outlook for the future.

Aired: 10/08/23 | Expires: 10/08/26
Extras
Dr. Angela Duckworth on knowing what is healthy, but not implementing it in our habits.
W. Kamau Bell on his experience of spirituality and social division around America.
Bret Scher discusses the two changes he’d make for society in regards to food.
Dr. Wendy Suzuki explains the importance and relevance of developing the hippocampus.
Matt Walker speaks on the optimal amount of hours of sleep we should get a night.
Esther Perel discusses the importance of life-long trial and error in relationships.
Dr. Williams speaks on the impact of brain imaging technology on mental health research.
Dr. Collins points out how to distinguish reputable news from misinformation.
Dr. Dima Amso and the complexity that’s often overlooked when discussing upbringing.
Thought-provoking interviews on what it means to be “well,” conducted by Kelly Corrigan.
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  • Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Season 4
  • Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Season 3
  • Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Season 2
  • Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Season 1
Kelly, Dr. Duckworth, JerDrema Virginia Flynt and Will Quiston discuss human behavior.
Kelly, Dr. Abernethy, BJ Miller and W. Kamau Bell discuss spirituality and well-being.
Kelly and Dr. Bret Scher, Dr. Michael Lenoir and Cava Menzies discuss modern nutrition.
Kelly hosts a roundtable to discuss the role of movement in wellness.
Kelly speaks with Dr. Matthew Walker about the benefits of a good night’s sleep.
Kelly, Esther Perel, Katie Couric and Timothy Goodman discuss connection.
Kelly leads a conversation on mental health disorders and therapies.
Kelly speaks with Dr. Collins, former director of the National Institutes of Health.
Kelly speaks with Dr. Dima Amso about childhood development and the role of nurture.
Kelly discusses the current state of well-being in America with a panel of health experts.