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A Carter Center Podcast | Rosalynn Carter Fellow Explains Increasing Depression Rates in Children and Teens

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Mental health expert and Rutgers professor Dr. Caroline Clauss-Ehlers explains why depression and suicide rates for teens are going up and what concerned parents should look for in their child or teen. Dr. Clauss-Ehlers, known as “Dr. CC” by her students, is also a Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow. Learn more about her background here:

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    WANDERA JOHN BAPTIST MAJALE on June 23, 2018 at 1:15 am

    Precious and Highly Esteemed Rosalyann Carter, May the Almighty God reward You fully And always remember all the Support and Care for the Vulnerable Children,Youth and Citizens of America and of other Nations of the World-Proverbs31:10-31, Your Value exceeds the Rubies! May God Almighty enable You to extend the same offer to us here in the remote third world community in Eastern Uganda, Concerning Scholarships for the Girl Child Education! We are poverty stricken families, with minimum low limited income! This has effected the academic lack of our children, but mainly Girls! One girl NEKESA ESTHER, needs to pursue a Master of Business Computing Degree in Your Country but No one can give her a hand to make her dream fulfilled; Bringing back the knowledge, skills and experience to help our local community! Thank You for Your favourable consideration of Making our community a better place to live in-Matthew25:31-40!

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