The U.S. Has a Mental Health Crisis That Could Undermine Our Democracy, U.S. Surgeons General Say – CNN

Read article - Jake Tapper ’91 hosts a segment on The Lead about the historic gathering at Dartmouth of the seven living U.S. surgeons general to talk about the mental health crisis in the U.S. “Health does not occur in the doctor’s office, or in the hospitals alone. It is where we live, where we learn, where we work, where we play, and pray, everything that we do,” said Regina Benjamin, surgeon general appointed by President Barack Obama. “So we have to take our health care where people are.”