Health

David Kessler: "The End of Overeating" (Rodale)

May 13, 2009

Former F-D-A Commissioner David Kessler on why Americans can't seem to stop eating, even when they're full. He talks about how the food industry promotes overeating and ways to fight back.

Update on Health Care Reform

May 11, 2009

Guest host Steve Roberts leads a discussion of the latest efforts to meet time lines set by Congress and the White House to overhaul the nation's health care system, including proposals to offer a public insurance option.

Swine Flu Update

May 4, 2009

Diane and her guests provide an update on government efforts to prepare the public for a possible pandemic without prompting an overreaction.

Obama Administration First 100 Days

April 29, 2009

Diane and her guests reflect on President Obama’s first one hundred days in office, including what’s changed in Washington and what hasn’t and some of the biggest challenges ahead for his administration

Jerilyn Ross: "One Less Thing to Worry About" (Ballantine Books)

April 27, 2009

An expert on anxiety disorders explains why women worry more than men. She offers advice on how best to cope with ordinary, everyday stress

Swine Flu

April 27, 2009

The U.S. has declared a "public health emergency" as several countries investigated suspected cases of swine flu that has been identified in Mexico, the United States and Canada. Diane and her guests will discuss the latest on the swine...

Controversy over Chronic Lyme Disease (Rebroadcast)

April 26, 2009

Chronic Lyme Disease is one of the most controversial issues in medicine today. Diane and her guests discuss the battle over diagnosis, treatment, and whether Chronic Lyme Disease even exists.

Controversy over Chronic Lyme Disease

April 20, 2009

Chronic Lyme Disease is one of the most controversial issues in medicine today. Diane and her guests discuss the battle over diagnosis, treatment, and whether Chronic Lyme Disease even exists.

Quinn Bradlee: A Different Life (PublicAffairs) (Rebroadcast)

April 19, 2009

Velo-Cardio-Facial syndrome is the second most common genetic disorder. It affects thousands of Americans, many of whom don�t know it�s the cause of their learning disabilities. Quinn Bradlee and the man who...

Leslie Morgan Steiner: "Crazy Love"

April 14, 2009

Every year, millions of women are assaulted by the men they love. One woman who seemed to have it all tells of her secret life of violence and her struggle to free herself from the cycle of abuse.

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