Salt Lake City, Utah – Tuesday, we're talking about childhood trauma and the effects it has on health throughout a person's life. In the latest New Yorker, journalist Paul Tough visits a clinic in the poorest and most violent neighborhood in San Francisco. There, doctors are faced with issues that aren't traditionally treated by medicine: homelessness, gang violence and abuse. Tough joins us to explain the correlation that research is finding between social issues and many diseases that are plaguing the nation.
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