Does moderate drinking harm or help your health A new study suggests that women who drink moderately have less problem with their weight than women who don't drink at all. This study joins others on moderate alcohol intake that have conflicting messages for our health.9:06 a.m.
Donald Hensrud, MD: Chair of the division of preventive medicine. He's medical editor in chief of "The Mayo Clinic Diet."
Edward Neafsey: Neuroscientist and professor of Loyola School of Medicine. He studies effects of alcohol on cell biology.
New music news The recording industry claims that independent artists can't succeed without the massive financial backing that a corporate record deal affords them. We'll also preview the country's most attended music and media conferences, South By Southwest (SXSW).10:06 a.m.
Jim McGuinn: is program director for 89.3 The Current.
Jim DeRogatis: music critic for the Chicago Sun-Times and co-host of Sound Opinions, which airs on 89.3 The Current on Sunday at 8pm.