- The complexity of international adoptions
The Russian government suspended adoptions of children by U.S. citizens after a Tennessee woman sent her adopted child back to his Russian homeland. While many international adoptions go smoothly, experts say adopted children often have complex emotional and psychological issues that may not surface until much later.9:06 a.m.
Dana Johnson, MD: Professor of pediatrics and founder of the International Adoption Clinic at the University of Minnesota.
Doug Hardy: Author of the forthcoming book "The Solution Room," about his experience adopting three siblings from Russia.
- Volcano impacts airline industry
The Air Transport Association says the volcano ash floating over Europe is costing airlines $200 million a day. Air industry experts say even as airports open, it will take some time for things to return to normal.9:45 a.m.
Mike Boyd: president of Boyd Group, an aviation consulting firm.
Dean Headley: is professor of Marketing at Wichita State University and co-author of the latest annual report on airline quality by private reserachers.
- The Decision Tree
In an age when an overwhelming amount of medical information is at our fingertips, how do we make smart, informed health care decisions? A new book aims to help readers take control of their own medical destinies with an innovative system called "The Decision Tree."10:06 a.m.
Thomas Goetz: Executive editor of "Wired" Magazine and author of "The Decision Tree."
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