"Complicated grief" is a new medical condition affecting one million Americans

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Get over it! The old adage reinforces the commonly-held belief that grief is a controllable social condition. However, scientists believe "complicated grief," a physical condition that affects a distinct part of the brain, could be affecting about one million Americans. Guest: Mary-Frances O’Connor, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA, and Virginia “Ginny” Eskridge, diagnosed with complicated grief.