The health impacts of grief; New museum showcases Hollywood's best : Here & Now Grief has a medical cost: It's linked to higher blood pressure, shorter lives, depression and sleeping problems. Professor Toni Miles explains why she's calling for a collective response. And Jacqueline Stewart, chief artistic and programming officer at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, talks about the collection's focus on diversity.

The health impacts of grief; New museum showcases Hollywood's best

The health impacts of grief; New museum showcases Hollywood's best

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Grief has a medical cost: It's linked to higher blood pressure, shorter lives, depression and sleeping problems. Professor Toni Miles explains why she's calling for a collective response.

And Jacqueline Stewart, chief artistic and programming officer at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, talks about the collection's focus on diversity.

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