The problem of wasted food and how to solve it A recent study estimated that Americans waste 50 percent more food than they did 30 years ago. Meanwhile, visits to food banks keep increasing suggesting that more can't afford to buy groceries. But some are trying to control the food waste problem.9:06 a.m.
Kevin Hall: Researcher at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. He recently published in the journal Science on how much food Americans waste.
Tristram Stuart: Author of "Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal."
New research into what makes us SAD in winter The light is gradually returning, but not fast enough for those who suffer from seasonal affective disorder. Midmorning looks at what separates SAD from other forms of depression, and what researchers are learning about the most effective treatments.10:06 a.m.
Alan Steed, MD: Psychologist with Allina Medical Clinics.
Michael Young: Professor of psychology at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Health care overhaul moves forward The Senate is expected to pass a bill that differs from the version passed by the House in some substantial ways. And Republicans vow to fight the Democrats on passage of a final bill. A look at the politics ahead as the two houses of Congress contemplate a merging of two versions of health care reform.10:45 a.m.
Adriel Bettelheim: White House correspondent for Congressional Quarterly.