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Oct 3, 2016
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Monday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":

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For the next two months, more than 500 students, staff and faculty members at Emory University have signed up to sleep, shop and eat a little more chocolate as part of what's called the Happiness Challenge.


Dr. Loren Post with a patient at Emory's Brain Health Center.
Emory Brain Health Center

When you think of virtual reality, maybe you think of video games that immerse you in fantastical worlds where you might fly, fight bad guys or do other things you’d — probably — never do in real life.

But tech experts tell us that expanded technology may mean that activities from online shoe shopping to attending conferences could soon involve an element of VR. In fact, the technology has already moved beyond sci-fi and into the world of mental health ... taking us into those dark corners that scare us most.

'That’s When I Knew I Had A Real Problem'