Wednesday, Apr 02 10 a.m. (ET)

Zimbabwe Elections

Delays in the release of Zimbabwe's presidential election results have raised concerns about the outcome of the poll. Our guests, discuss what's going on in the country and what the future holds for long-time ruler Robert Mugabe and the...

Wednesday, Apr 02 11 a.m. (ET)

Dr. Dennis McCullough: “My Mother, Your Mother” (Harper)

A long-time family physician and geriatrician explains how 'slow medicine' - a return to personal doctoring in an age of high-tech medicine - can help children make the right and necessary decisions when it comes to caring for their...

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