- Live on Midmorning: Medical myths and H1N1
Public health officials are trying to figure out why a majority of Americans, including many public health nurses and doctors, have told pollsters recently they are wary of the H1N1 vaccine. Wary to the point that they're not sure they will get the shot against H1N1 flu. A look at medical myths and what fuels the fear of vaccines.9:06 a.m.
Gregory Poland, MD: Professor of medicine and infectious disease at Mayo Clinic and director of the Mayo vaccine research group.
Sandra Quinn: Associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
Rachel Vreeman, MD: Assistant professor of pediatrics in the Children's Health Services Research Program at the Indiana University School of Medicine and a pediatrician at Riley Hospital for Children. She's the co-author with Dr. Aaron Carroll of "Don't Swallow Your Gum!: Myths, Half-Truths, and Outright Lies About Your Body and Health."
- Maria Muldaur's new album goes back to her roots
Blues and pop singer Maria Muldaur always has performed and promoted American roots music. Her latest work hearkens back to her days playing in jug bands, before she became a pop star with hit song Midnight at the Oasis.10:06 a.m.
Maria Muldaur: Singer who hit the pop charts in the 1970s. Her latest CD is called Garden of Joy, and features musicians from her days performing in jug bands.
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