Medication risks raise questions A new study says a common blood thinner prescribed to prevent heart attacks may not work any better than aspirin alone, and may not be worth possible bad side effects. A cardiologist talks about what we're learning about the costs and benefits of new and old medications.9:06 a.m.
Kevin Graham: Cardiologist at the Minneapolis Heart Institute, Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
Exploring the intrigue of Russian history Broadcast of a "Midmorning on the Road" conversation with Robert Alexander, the author of the new book "Rasputin's Daughter." Kerri Miller interviewed him on Friday, March 10 before an audience at St. Scholastica in Duluth.10:06 a.m.
Robert Alexander: Author of "Rasputin's Daughter" and "The Kitchen Boy."