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In this episode, we discuss depression’s causes and cures with Sarah Zabel, a writer who concentrates her work on this universal mental illness. Sarah retired from the U.S. Air Force in 2018 as a Major General, and since then, she has embarked on a new career as a science writer.

Inspired, intrigued, and frustrated by watching someone close to her struggle with depression, Sarah has made it her mission to educate people on this illness so that they can understand it better themselves…

In 2021, Sarah wrote Fighting Chance: How Unexpected Observations and Unintended Outcomes Shape the Science and Treatment of Depression, a book that looks inside the twisting search for the causes and cures for depression – the leading cause of illness and disability worldwide.

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Join in now to uncover:
  • How Sarah’s friend motivated her to take a closer look at depression.
  • What depression really is.
  • How depression can coincide with age and genetic vulnerabilities.
  • Different factors that contribute to depression.

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