- What you and your doctor are doing wrong
The national debate over healthcare has sidelined a far more personal discussion. The doctor-patient relationship is changing fast, but has it veered off the track so much that it is jeopardizing your health?9:06 a.m.
Dr. Pauline Chen: Surgeon, author, and New York Times columnist. Her most recent book is "Final Exam."
Dr. Jessie Gruman: President of the Center for Advancing Health.
- What will the Middle East look like next?
This year, protests define many Middle Eastern countries. Calls for regime change. Leaders stepping down. Demands for democracy. When the dust settles, will this volatile, strategic region bring stability or further unrest?10:06 a.m.
Robert Litwak: Former Director of Nonproliferation with the National Security Council.
Lisa Anderson: President, American University in Cairo.
Deborah Amos: Middle East correspondent, NPR News.
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