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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

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  • Big mess at Whole Foods
    Organic food has become big business, and nothing exemplifies that more than the Federal Trade Commission's anti-trust suit against Whole Foods. Midmorning looks at the controversy surrounding Whole Foods and its CEO, John Mackey.9:06 a.m.
    Phil Lempert: Food marketing expert and founder of Supermarketguru.com. He's also the food trends editor for the Today Show.
    Stephen Calkins: Professor of law and director of graduate studies at Wayne State University. He served as general counsel for the Federal Trade Commission from 1995-1997.
    Jeffrey Sonnenfeld: Senior associate dean for executive programs at the Yale School of Management, and founder of the Chief Executive Leadership Institute.
  • New attitude towards pain
    Scientists are responding to America's pain crisis with new ideas for therapy and management, particularly for soldiers on the battlefield and for those returning from Iraq.10:06 a.m.
    Edward Covington: is the Head Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program at the Cleveland Clinic.
    Rollin Gallagher: director of Pain Management, Philadelphia VA Medical Center.

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