Studies show that college students are America’s loneliest people—even more so than the elderly—even though they’re surrounded by people and activities. The role of technology is discussed in isolating students, and the role of changing culture toward children and adolescents having a constantly structured schedule with few breaks for downtime or spontaneity. Experts also discuss how parents, schools and students themselves can overcome social isolation.
In segment 1, experts delve into the results of a study that shows college students are some of the loneliest people in America. Then in segment 2, trigeminal neuralgia is a disease that is so painful it has been called "the suicide disease" in the past. Experts discuss the diagnosis and treatment.