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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Preview: H1N1 Vaccine

Scott Pelley reports on the manufacture, distribution and safety of the H1N1 flu vaccine.

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MSNBC: The New York Times Edition

John Harwood and other New York Times reporters discuss Afghanistan strategy, the health care overhaul and the president's views toward women on MSNBC.

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Fight for Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Shira Lazar spoke with Normal L.A.'s Bruce Margolin who is fighting against raids of L.A. medical marijuana dispensaries.

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An H1N1-free Halloween

Dr. Jennifer Ashton showed Harry Smith how parents can prevent the spread of H1N1 flu during Halloween.

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Saving H1N1 Patients Expensive

While parents of children battling the H1N1 virus remain alarmed, Mark Strassmann reports that these families also must face the stresses from the extreme costs for this medical treatment.

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Inside Look At H1N1 Vaccine Production

60 Minutes Correspondent Scott Pelley tours the Sanofi Pasteur plant in Swiftwater, Pa., the only one in America making the H1N1 flu vaccine. The full report airs Sunday on 60 Minutes on the CBS Television Network.

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Health Bill Unveiled

Nancy Cordes outlines details on how health care reforms will be paid if the current House bill becomes law.

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Students Get Swine Flu Vaccine

At Public School 157 in Brooklyn, students were among the first to receive the H1N1 vaccine in New York City.

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Evening News Online, 10.28.09

Wednesday: Taliban insurgents launch a deadly attack on a U.N. site in Afghanistan; Also, an update on the young victims facing the H1N1 virus; And, the "American Spirit" reaches Ethiopia.

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Children's H1N1 Battles

As the H1N1 vaccinations were given out to vaccinate over a million students, the virus has killed almost 100 children. Mark Strassmann reports on three children who were struggling to survive.

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Unplugged- Bayh May Block Heath Care Vote

Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) on health care reform. Plus; CSIS Senior Fellow, Rick "Ozzie" Nelson about the deadly car bomb that struck a busy market in Peshawar, Pakistan. And; Congress hits the gridiron.

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Unplugged- Health Care Needs "Fiscal Responsibility"

Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) on health care reform. Plus; CSIS Senior Fellow, Rick "Ozzie" Nelson about the deadly car bomb that struck a busy market in Peshawar, Pakistan. And; Congress hits the gridiron.

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Some Docs Shun H1N1 Vaccine

Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the results of an informal poll suggesting a handful of professionals have safety concerns over the H1N1 vaccine.

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Ask It Early- Heartburn, H1N1 Vaccine

Dr. Jennifer Ashton answered viewer questions via webcam about prescription heartburn medication, H1N1 hysteria and a healthy pregnancy diet.

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Who Calls the Shots?

The CDC said the H1N1 vaccine stockpile is growing and doses will soon be easier to get. National Correspondent Jeff Glor looks at distribution gridlock in the face of high demand.

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Unplugged- Gregg Thinks Health Care Will Pass

Bob Schieffer spoke with Senators Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) about the upcoming health care reform vote on the Senate floor. Plus; The stars come out for Bill Cosby, who received the Mark Twain Prize for Humor at the Kennedy Center.

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Unplugged- Health Care Heads To Senate Floor

Bob Schieffer spoke with Senators Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) about the upcoming health care reform vote on the Senate floor. Plus; The stars come out for Bill Cosby, who received the Mark Twain Prize for Humor at the Kennedy Center.

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H1N1 and Pregnancy

Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on the high risks of the H1N1 virus for pregnant women and how every precaution should be observed and discussed with a doctor.

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Life and Death Decision

Still in high demand, the H1N1 flu vaccine is almost a necessity for pregnant women. Dr. Jennifer Ashton shows us a man's tragic choice between his wife and unborn child.

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Public Option Prevails

In the battle over health care reform, it's looking more likely that Americans will be able to purchase the public option. As Nancy Cordes reports, all the bills in the House have the option.

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Insurance Executives' Pay Targeted in Health-Care Reform- Video

Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Zahra Burton reports on the prospects for health-care legislation and it's impact on insurance companies' executive salaries. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Germany begins controversial swine flu vaccination

Germany is beginning a massive swine flu vaccination campaign under a cloud of controversy after it emerged that politicians, health workers, policemen and soldiers would receive a different vaccine from ordinary citizens. The vaccine is reported to have milder side effects. Duration: 01:39

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HMO CEOs' Pay Targeted

America's biggest health insurance executives spend more time in the nation's capital possibly to protect their pay checks from Obama's reform bill. (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccine Waiting Game

Around the country, people wait in long lines for the H1N1 flu vaccine. As Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports, the government underestimated the amount of doses currently available.

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President Obama's Focus On Foreign Policy

President Obama speaks to troops in Florida today, just days after two suicide bombers killed more than 150 in Iraq, his efforts to stop the spread of H1N1 and the slash pay at banks. (Bloomberg News)

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FDA Gives BioCryst A Boost

Comments from the FDA give a big boost to one swine flu drug in pre-market trading. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - ING To Sell Insurance Units

Analysis and discussion with FT Columnist Richard Stovin-Bradford; ING stock is up by 59% this year; It hopes that the sale of the ING insurance business will be able to get money to pay off the remainder in cash. (Bloomberg News)

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Swine Flu Vaccine Delayed

The U.S. government says that the 195 million doses of swine flu vaccines it orders will not be ready by the end of the year. (Bloomberg News)

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Public Option Back In Play

The controversial public option looks to be back from the dead and Senate Democrats may get the votes that they need to pass a bill with a government-run insurance plan. (Bloomberg News)

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Health Care for Part-Timers

Most Americans have health insurance coverage from their employers, but only 60-percent of employers even provide health benefits. The numbers are worse for part timers. Michelle Miller reports.

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Plan of Action

As President Obama Declared the H1N1 virus a National Emergency, many question what will this declaration mean for doctors on the front lines of the flu fight? Randall Pinkston has the latest.

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Rooney On Health Care

Andy Rooney weighs in on the health care debate.

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Face The Nation, 10.25.09

Senators John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Russ Feingold (D-Wisc.) discuss the current situation in Afghanistan and health care reform. Plus; Bob Schieffer on First Ladies in the spotlight.

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Feingold "Optimistic" On Public Option

Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wisc.) told Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" that he is optimistic the final health care reform bill will include a public option.

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Evening News Online, 10.24.09

Saturday: The government stepped up the fight against H1N1, declaring the virus a national emergency; Plus, There's a high tech renaissance in a city laid low by the recession.

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H1N1 National Emergency

The government stepped up the fight against H1N1, declaring the virus a national emergency. As Kimberly Dozier reports, children are front and center at the flu vaccination centers.

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Handling Home Insurance Claims

Money Magazine's Amanda Gengler speaks with Erica Hill about how we should file an unexpected claim on home insurance, and also what you should never say.

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Hot Topic - Diane Debrovner

Rhiannon and Diane discuss H1N1, its impact on youth, and the way they feel about the new vaccinations that are coming out.

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Sunday, October 25, 2009

H1N1 Swine Flue Self-Assessment

Do you have H1N1 Swine Flu?
Find out here: H1N1 Self-Assessment.
During flu season this year, emergency rooms and doctors' offices might become crowded with patients seeking help for flu symptoms. This assessment is based on material licensed from Emory University. It is meant to tell you what some experts think about whether you should visit a doctor for H1N1 flu.

You will get guidance based on your answers to the questions. This can help you make a more informed decision, but you are responsible for your own health decisions. This assessment is not medical advice. Microsoft can’t say whether the guidance from this assessment will be right for you.

Use the Flu Self-Assessment, based on material from Emory University, to:
  • Learn whether you have the symptoms of H1N1 flu (swine flu)
  • Help you decide what to do next
Watch Mario Armstrong on CNN Saturday Morning


The H1N1 Swine Flu Response Center Self-Assessment is provided by Microsoft & licensed from Emory University.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Update on 'Saving Luke'

60 Minute's Scott Pelley first reported on the story of Luke Duvall, a 15-year-old high school football player who fell severely ill with H1N1. Kelly Cobiella reports on Luke's current condition.

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H1N1 on the Rise

New government figures show that the H1N1 flu is still on the rise. All but four states have widespread flu activity and children are particularly at risk. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

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Inside Look - Olympia Snowe- Another Yes?

Report and analysis with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News; She does not guarantee she will vote the same way when health care comes to the Senate floor. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Credit Default Swaps

Analysis and discussion with Former New York State Insurance Superintendent Eric Dinallo; Banks that get subsidies need to have a better tone; Real problem is not compensation, but structure. (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccine Supply Low

The U.S. government promised 40 million doses of the H1N1 vaccine would be ready by now. But, as Jim Axelrod reports, just 13 million are available.

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H1N1 Vaccine Delay Explained

Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains to Maggie Rodriguez why the H1N1 vaccine production takes so long and why there are delays.

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H1N1 in Schools and Hospitals

While lawmakers are concerned about the H1N1 vaccine supply meeting demands, schools and hospitals are taking their own precautions to prevent the virus from spreading. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Many in U.S. See Own Care Worsening With Healthcare Bill

Americans are more likely to say that their own healthcare costs, coverage, insurance requirements, and quality of care will get worse than get better if a healthcare bill passes this year.

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Emergency H1N1 Drug Push

As more patients fall ill to H1N1, there's a push on Capitol Hill to change usage laws. Wyatt Andrews has an update on an experimental drug that could be used to treat the sickest patients.

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H1N1 Affecting Education

Over 600 schools have closed for at least a day because of the thousands of students affected by H1N1. As Dean Reynolds reports, H1N1 is taking a toll on children and their education.

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More Perspective - The Cost of Healthcare

Healthcare Reform - Interview with Fred Nazem (Taking Stock)

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Unplugged- H1N1 Cases Overestimated?

In a months long CBS News investigation, state-by-state results of tests for H1N1 found that most cases were negative. The Wall Street Journal's Alicia Mundy and Politico's Fred Barbash spoke with Sharyl Attkisson about these startling findings.

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Emergency H1N1 Drug Push

As more patients fall ill to H1N1, there's a push on Capitol Hill to change usage laws. Wyatt Andrews has an update on an experimental drug that could be used to treat the sickest patients.

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H1N1 Affecting Education

Over 600 schools have closed for at least a day because of the thousands of students affected by H1N1. As Dean Reynolds reports, H1N1 is taking a toll on children and their education.

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Unplugged- H1N1 Cases Overestimated?

In a months long CBS News investigation, state-by-state results of tests for H1N1 found that most cases were negative. The Wall Street Journal's Alicia Mundy and Politico's Fred Barbash spoke with Sharyl Attkisson about these startling findings.

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Ask It Early- Cancer Screening, H1N1

In the series Ask It Early, Dr. Jennifer Ashton answers medical questions on cancer screenings, the length of recovery from the H1N1 virus and holistic allergy remedies.

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CDC on H1N1 Vaccine Shortages

Maggie Rodriguez spoke the CDC's Dr. Anne Schuchat about the delay in the H1N1 vaccine production until November or December, and the high risk for young adults and children.

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H1N1 Hits the Young Hard

As officials predict that the young adults and children will be hit the hardest by the H1N1 virus, it is now predicted that the vaccine won't be widely available until November or December. Dean Reynolds reports.

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H1N1 Shot Availability Delayed

As officials predict that the young adults and children will be hit the hardest by the H1N1 virus, it is now predicted that the vaccine won't be widely available until November or December. Dean Reynolds reports.

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One in Four Support Healthcare Bill, 33% Oppose

Twenty-five percent of Americans say they think they will support the final healthcare bill, 33% say they think they will oppose the bill, and another 39% say their decision depends on some of the decisions that have yet to be made about the bill.

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Evening News Online, 10.20.09

Tuesday: Alarming trends emerge as most H1N1 hospital patients are under 25; Also, Hamid Karzai agrees to a run-off election; And, finding love in Ireland.

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Rep. Burgess (TX) Speaks at CQ HealthBeat Forum

Rep. Michael Burgess, M.D., speaks at the CQ HealthBeat Forum on Health Care Reform in Washington, DC, June 3, 2009. For more videos from the forum, go to http://www.cqpolitics.com/wmspage.cfm?parm1=176

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Power Has Privileges

Lobbying on Capitol Hill has moved into overdrive with 3,000 registered health care lobbyists. In many cases, those lobbyists are former members of Congress and staffers. Sharyl Attkisson follows the money.

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Lifestyle Changes To Fight Flu

In Utah, a Salt Lake City church nixes communal wine and a New York school bans touching. Jeff Glor reports on efforts to stop the H1N1 virus from spreading.

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H1N1 Vaccine in Demand

The H1N1 vaccine is in hot demand in some counties while others have more than enough. Don Teague reports.

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H1N1 Targets the Young

In 2009, more than half of those hospitalized for H1N1 are under the age of 25. As Dr. Jon LaPook reports, doctors are still trying to understand why H1N1 can turn deadly in the healthy.

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Notebook- Women's Insurance

A hot topic on the senate floor has been women's health insurance. A national campaign has been raising awareness. In the insurance market, women can pay more than 48%. Katie Couric comments.

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France starts swine flue innoculation for medical staff

France began to innoculate key medical workers against swine flu on Tuesday, to be followed by other health professionals and then preganant women from next month. More than one thousand centres will be set up for the campaign to vaccinate the general public. Duration: 01:07.

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Swine flu vaccine production in full swing

French pharmaceuticals group Sanofi-Aventis has ramped up production of its swine flue vaccine, one of several that have been approved to combat the A(H1N1) pandemic. Duration: 01:13.

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Asthmatics and H1N1 Flu

Dr. Jennifer Ashton discussed the dangerous combination of the H1N1 flu virus and Asthma as a preexisting condition.

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Rescuing H1N1 Patients

Some doctors would like to use an experimental drug to help rescue H1N1 patients from the brink, if only they were allowed. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Medical Marijuana Reform

The Obama administration has unveiled a new set of more relaxed policies concerning medical marijuana use. Bill Whitaker reports on the potential impact of this reform in Los Angeles.

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Notebook- Medical Marijuana

The decision to relax federal policy on medical marijuana is sending the wrong message to Americans about illegal drugs. Katie Couric comments.

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Unplugged- Is A Public Option Off The Table?

The Cato Institute's Michael Cannon and Center for American Progress' Jennifer Palmieri join Sharyl Attkisson to discuss the future of a public option in President Obama's health insurance reform. Plus; the heat is on in the battle for New Jersey's next governor.

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60 Minutes, 10.18.09

Scott Pelley reports on the H1N1 flu; Lesley Stahl shows us the Kanzius Machine; Anderson Cooper speaks with Drew Barrymore about her remarkable career.

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Saving Luke

Stricken by the H1N1 virus, 15-year-old Luke Duvall battles for his life at the Arkansas Children's Hospital, with his parents Belinda and Chad Duvall by his side.

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Swine Flu- H1N1

Scott Pelley reports on the H1N1 flu - which is increasingly targeting young, healthy people - and how the government plans to fight the flu pandemic.

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H1N1 Threatens More Kids

Fears are heightening over the H1N1 flu virus and the damage it can inflict on the lungs. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, the 12th child has died in just one week.

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Face The Nation, 10.18.09

Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) on the impact of Afghanistan's presidential election on U.S. military strategy. Plus; White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel on the administration's efforts on health care while Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) offers his take.

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Stepping Up On Health Care, Afghanistan

John Dickerson spoke with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel about the administration's efforts on health care and Afghanistan. Plus; Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) weighs in.

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Evening News Online, 10.17.09

Saturday: The death toll from H1N1 continues to rise especially among children and teens; Plus, Scientists have released disturbing new findings about the shrinking polar ice cap.

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H1N1 Troubles Continue

As the death toll from H1N1 continues to rise especially among children and teens, doctors are racing to figure out why certain patients get so sick, so fast. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Evening News Online, 10.16.09

Friday: The number of U.S. fatalities due to the dreaded H1N1 virus continues to rise; Also, questions remain over the so-called "balloon boy,"; And, Afghanistan runoff election likely.

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Preview- H1N1

Scott Pelley reports on H1N1 - which is increasingly targeting young, healthy people - and how the government plans to fight it. Sunday, Oct. 18, 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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H1N1 Health Update

With a shortage of H1N1 vaccine doses for the month of October, what can people do in the meantime? Dr. Jennifer Ashton sits down with Katie Couric.

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H1N1 Child Deaths Rise

The number of deaths from H1N1 flu among children is rising, while the number of vaccine doses expected to be available this October is falling. Jeff Glor reports.

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8-Year-Old Survives H1N1

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke to eight-year-old H1N1 survivor Cameron Pirozzi and her parents about the fight to stay alive. The young girl was released from the hospital for the first time since June.

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Thursday, October 15, 2009

H1N1 Woman Lives to See Baby Boy

Pregnant women make up six percent of H1N1 deaths. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on one woman who developed a severe case of H1N1 in the ninth month of her pregnancy and survived.

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Democrats Urges Doctors & Union Support

Democrats move to assure doctors, union on health care. (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccine Analysis

Katie Couric speaks with CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook about H1N1 vaccine injections, as many parents have been reluctant to vaccinate their children.

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H1N1 vaccine injections arrive, at last

At a clinic in Maryland, people in high risk demographics welcomed the area's first shipment of H1N1 vaccine injections. Pregnant women, young children, health workers and those with existing medical conditions waited for more than an hour to get the shot

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Unplugged- Breaking Down Health Care Bills

CBS News Capitol Hill Correspondent Nancy Cordes and Capitol Hill Producer Jill Jackson join Sharyl Attkisson to break down everything you need to know about the five health care bills in the House and Senate.

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H1N1- Nasal Spray or Injection?

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about a disturbing new study of severe cases of H1N1, and the differences between the injection and nasal spray vaccinations.

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Health Bill Progresses

Health care bill gets boosted after Sen. Olympia Snowe pledges her support. (Bloomberg News)

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Wealth On Health

U.S. health care overhaul passes Senate Finance Committee. (Asia Confidential)

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Evening News Online, 10.13.09

Tuesday: A momentous turning point for health care reform as a Senate committee passes new legislation; Also, surprising new data about the H1N1 virus; And, President Obama's link to a fallen soldier.

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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Special Report - The Business of Swine Flu

Spotlight on H1N1 Clean Suit, Developed in Tokyo and Priced at $600 (Bloomberg News)

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Vulnerable to H1N1 Flu

Studies on H1N1 are giving doctors a new understanding of who is most vulnerable. As Drew Levinson reports, the research is also giving doctors a new treatment option for those most critically ill.

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Update - Health Bill Attacked

Insurance Trade Group Report Says Premiums Will Go Up; White House Senate Dems Fight Back on Insurers Report; Insurers Report Does Not Measure Effect of Subsidies; Kaiser Family Foundation Says Families Will Pay $30,803 in 2019; According to Baucus Spokesman, Report is Company "Hatchet Job" (Bloomberg News)

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Rush for H1N1 Vaccine

While some doctors are still awaiting the delivery of the H1N1 vaccine, others are swamped with patients wanting to be vaccinated. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Evening News Online, 10.11.09

Sunday: New evidence that the H1N1 is especially dangerous for young people is making parents desperate for vaccine; Also, dozens of gun shows are welcoming buyers with no questions asked.

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Comparing Health Systems

How does America's health care system stack up against other nations? Author T.R. Reid wrote a book comparing our health care system with others. Russ Mitchell speaks with Reid about the comparison.

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Desperate For H1N1 Vaccine

There is new evidence that the H1N1 flu is especially dangerous for young people. As Randall Pinkston reports, this leaves some parents desperate for the vaccine as others say absolutely not.

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Preventing H1N1 in Kids

According to a CBS News poll, more than half of Americans say they are not likely to get the vaccine. But nearly 60 percent of parents say they will get their children vaccinated. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Behind the Story- Health Care Debate Gets Personal On Hill

Members of Congress are sharing their own personal health care stories in efforts to shape health care reform. CQ Politics' Tricia Miller explains.

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Today in Washington - Latest on Healthcare

Surtax on Wealthy Reduced, Insurer Profits May Be Taxed (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 A Serious Pandemic

A new CBS poll shows many Americans do not plan to be vaccinated for H1N1, despite many fatalities, Mark Strassmann reports. Dr. Jennifer Ashton compared H1N1 statistics with seasonal flu.

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Buy Insurance Versus Insurance Stocks

There are investment implications that may not feel right making money from other people's misfortunes but they do provide investment opportunities. (The Trade)

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Friday, October 9, 2009

Politics of Obama's Nobel Win

Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer and Chief White House correspondent Chip Reid discuss what President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize win means for American politics.

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Obama 'Humbled' by Nobel Prize

President Obama said he felt he did not deserve to be among past Nobel Peace Prize winners during a press conference at the White House.

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Obama Statement on Winning Nobel Peace Prize

Live! From White House: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (InBusiness)

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Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize

US President Barack Obama sensationally won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday less than a year after he took office with the jury hailing his "extraordinary" diplomatic efforts on the international stage. Duration: 00:26

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Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize

The US President said he is "humbled" by the honor, upon learning the news at 6am on Friday morning at the White House. The Nobel committee announced that he was given the coveted award because "Only very rarely has a person to the same extent as Obama ca

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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Buy Insurance Versus Insurance Stocks

There are investment implications that may not feel right making money from other people's misfortunes but they do provide investment opportunities. (The Trade)

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H1N1 Immunity in Groups?

According to the CDC, New York and New Jersey were hard hit by the H1N1 virus in the spring but have fewer cases this fall. Dr. Jon LaPook explains a protective effect called "herd immunity."

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Evening News Online, 10.08.09

Thursday: Reactions to the H1N1 flu vaccine; Also, the White House refocuses its war effort in Afghanistan; And, tracing Michelle Obama's heritage.

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Recipe for Healthcare Reform

An estimated 29 million Americans who do not have health insurance would be able to buy it under the proposed bill. But who is helping pay for the coverage and is it fair? Nancy Cordes reports.

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H1N1 Kids Update

The H1N1 virus has hit children particularly hard. Mark Strassmann revisits an overwhelmed Oklahoma hospital where two children he reported on earlier are now showing great improvements.

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In-Depth Look - Economics of Healthcare

Analysis and Discussion with William Dow of UC-Berkeley (Bloomberg News)

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Parents Respond to H1N1 Vaccine

Dr. Jennifer Ashton answers parents' questions from across the U.S. as the H1N1 vaccine becomes available to children.

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Dems Support New Health Bill

As Nancy Cordes reports a new report shows the senate's new health care bill will insure 30 million Americans and save the government money; Plus: Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.).

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BlackRock To Rate Insurer Debt

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners may select BlackRock to rate insurer debt. (Bloomberg News)

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Uncounted- America's 'underinsured'

Millions of Americans are watching politicians debate over something they don't have: health insurance. While President Barack Obama tries to reform the health insurance system, at least 46 million Americans go without coverage and 25 million others are w

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Swine Flu Looking Peaked

Patients reporting to have swine flu symptoms fall for the first time since the month of August. (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccine- Who's Getting It?

Kathleen Sebelius, Sec'y of Health and Human Services, tells Harry Smith who in the U.S. should be receiving the H1N1 vaccine in both its injection and nasal form.

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H1N1 Vaccine is Here

Dr. Jennifer Ashton takes a nationwide look at the vaccine and where it's desperately needed with CBS News correspondents across the U.S.

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H1N1 Advice for Parents

Dr. Jennifer Ashton answered common questions parents have about the safety of the H1N1 vaccine.

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US rolls out massive swine flu vaccine campaign

Health care workers lined up Tuesday to be inoculated against swine flu as the United States began a massive campaign to administer 250 million vaccinations by year's end. STOCKSHOTS RELATED TO THE SWINE FLU VACCINE. Handout video provided by MedImmune.Duration: 01:02.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

In-Depth Look - Winners & Losers of Healthcare Reform

Potential Winners - Drugmakers, Laboratories, and Hospitals; Potential Losers - Pharmacy Benefit Managers and Medical-Device Makers; Future Hazy for Insurers and Biotech Companies (Bloomberg News)

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Unplugged- Doctors Debate Health Reform

Former AMA President Dr. Donald Palmisano and Dr. Mandy Krauthamer debate the Senate Finance Committee's health care plan. Plus; CBS News' Juan Zarate on President Obama and the Zazi terror case.

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Today in Washington - Financial Regulation Heats Up

Reform Effort Calling for Hedge Fund and Private Equity Registration, New Insurance Oversight Agency, and Strengthened Consumer Protections (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccines go to Health Workers

Public reaction remains mixed on the H1N1 vaccine and surrounding procedures as health care workers receive the first doses, Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Inside Look - The Cost of Healthcare

Senate Finance Committee May Vote This Week on Healthcare Bill - Interview with Former Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman (Bloomberg News)

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AIG Close To Sell Taiwan Unit

A.I.G. plans to close its Taiwanese life insurance unit. (Bloomberg News)

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Health workers get H1N1 vaccine

Healthcare workers in Indiana and Tennessee are among the first people to receive H1N1 flu vaccine in the United States.

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Trio of Americans win Nobel Medicine

Three Americans win the Nobel prize for medicine for discovering telomerase, an enzyme which helps prevent the fraying of chromosomes that underlies aging and cancer.

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Monday, October 5, 2009

U.S. trio wins Nobel for medicine

Boston-based Jack Szostak and two other American researchers won the Nobel prize for medicine for revealing the existence and nature of telomerase, an enzyme which helps prevent the fraying of chromosomes that underlies aging and cancer.

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Update - Latest on Healthcare Reform

Can Baucus Get Full Democratic Support? (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccine Ready

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about who should receive the H1N1 flu vaccine and risks to watch for.

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Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for research into ageing

Australian-American researcher Elizabeth Blackburn and Carol Greider and Jack Szostak of the United States won the Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for identifying a key switch in cellular ageing.Duration: 00:37

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Vaccination Fears

As millions of doses of the H1N1 flu vaccine arrive within the next week, thousands of health workers are fighting mandatory vaccination orders. Randall Pinkston and Dr. Jon Lapook report.

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Basics of Life Insurance

If you think you are covered for disaster you should probably double check. There are some common misconceptions on everything from auto to life insurance. Join Better to find out more about what every woman can do today to make sure they are covered.

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Sunday, October 4, 2009

The 411 on H1N1 Vaccine

Erica Hill speaks with the man responsible for the prevention and treatment of all infectious diseases in the United States, Director of the NIAID, Dr. Anthony Fauci about the safety and efficiacy of the H1N1 vaccine.

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In-Depth Look - Die Quickly Plan

Analysis and discussion with Kate O'Beirne and Margaret Carlson. They discuss about Obama's health care plan. (Political Capital)

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Swine Flu Panel

Oregon Schools host an info panel on the swine flu, with Dr. David Grossman as a guest speaker. Dr. Grossman talks about why he's there and what to do to prevent spreading germs.

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Friday, October 2, 2009

H1N1 Flu Do's and Don'ts

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Chris Wragge about how to prevent spreading the H1N1 flu.

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Swine Flu Panel

Oregon Schools host an info panel on the swine flu, with Dr. David Grossman as a guest speaker. Dr. Grossman talks about why he's there and what to do to prevent spreading germs.

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China starts mass flu vaccination

China has begun a massive vaccination programme against H1N1 as the winter flu season approaches.

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Thursday, October 1, 2009

H1N1 And Pregnancy Fears

First doses of the H1N1 vaccine should go to pregnant women who are at high-risk for the flu. But, as Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports, many are not eager to receive them.

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H1N1 Vaccine Distribution

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about how to get the H1N1 vaccine once it is released.

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H1N1 Takes a Teen Girl's Life

Ten U.S. children per month have died since August from H1N1 with the latest statistic falling to Chloe Lindsey, a 14-yr.-old from Texas. Maggie Rodriguez speaks to her parents about their heartbreak.

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Key Committee Rejects Public Option

Senate committee rejects a plan to create a government-run insurance plan. Sen. Baucus says it is the only way to pass the health care reform. (Bloomberg News)

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Healthcare bill setback for Obama

The Senate Finance Committee has rejected a government-run insurance option dealing a setback for President Obama in his effort to overhaul the US healthcare system.

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Healthcare bill setback for Obama

The Senate Finance Committee has rejected a government-run insurance option dealing a setback for President Obama in his effort to overhaul the US healthcare system.

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Evening News Online, 09.29.09

Tuesday: An earthquake triggers a deadly tsunami in American Somoa; Also, concerns over the safety of the new H1N1 vaccine; And, inside Madeleine Albright's unique collection.

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H1N1 Shutting Down Schools

According to health officials, H1N1 is highly contagious but not more dangerous than the seasonal flu. However, Don Teague reports many schools are not taking their chances.

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Distribution Of H1N1 Vaccine

The first batches of the H1N1 vaccine are ready and health officials claim there will be enough for everyone. As Nancy Cordes reports, states are figuring out how to distribute the millions of doses.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Senate Debate on Public Option

As some senators make the case for a public option, four different health care bills are currently being worked over in Congress, reports Nancy Cordes.

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Unplugged: Olympics Bid Brings Political Risks

Nancy Cordes, Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet and Washington Post's Ezra Klein discuss President Obama's upcoming Olympics pitch in Copenhagen and the latest on health care. Plus; CBS News' John Bentley reports on Eliot Spitzer's possible second act.

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Notebook: Kisses

Amid fears of H1N1, Katie Couric says that she won't fret if the French tradition of greeting people with kisses gets the "kiss off."

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Influenza Vaccine

Concerns over the swine flu have officials scrambling to get people vaccinated. Better teamed up with Parents Magazine to answer questions from real parents. The answers may surprize you

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Monday, September 28, 2009

Keeping Safe from H1N1

From parents to principals to the president; it seems like everyone is preparing for the H1N1 virus. Better goes over a few ways to help keep your family safe.

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Notebook: Kisses

Amid fears of H1N1, Katie Couric says that she won't fret if the French tradition of greeting people with kisses gets the "kiss off."

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Gov't to Track H1N1 Vaccine

The government will monitor many patient who receive the H1N1 vaccine to keep track of side effects. Dr. Holly Phillips reports.

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H1N1 Vaccine Pregnancy Trial

As the H1N1 vaccine soon becomes available, one brave group of women has volunteered to make sure the vaccine is safe for mothers and their unborn babies. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Flu vaccine 'weeks away'

The start of a programme of vaccinations against swine flu is just a few weeks away after approval was given to two anti-H1N1 shots.

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Flu vaccine 'weeks away'

The start of a programme of vaccinations against swine flu is just a few weeks away after approval was given to two anti-H1N1 shots.

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Friday, September 25, 2009

Children's Tamiflu Shortage?

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about a possible shortage of children's Tamiflu due to the amount of cases of H1N1.

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Health Care Lobby spins Revolving Door

Health care reform lobbyist outnumber lawmakers by six to one. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama's G20 test

US President Barack Obama, already in a tough fight at home over health care, faces a test of his international leadership as he hosts the G20.

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Travel Insurance

The KPTVB12 local news story "Travel insurance", originally aired on September 15, 2009 at 01:06PM. The story was classified under the "Consumer" category, and is related to the following topics: travel agent, deal, travel insurance, vacation, don, waikik

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

In-Depth Look - FDIC Broke?

Watch Your Wallets - FDIC Tells Banks to Prepay Insurance Agreements Now as Funds Fall to $10 Billion (Bloomberg News)

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Medical Mysteries Inspire TV

After a woman mysteriously slipped into a coma for two months, doctors worked hard to figure out a diagnosis. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Dr. Lisa Sanders about her new book.

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Swine Flu Impact - Short Of Shots

W.H.O. announces a shortage in swine flu vaccine for everyone. Manufacturers only produce 3 billion doses. (Bloomberg News)

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Blacks, Nonwhites Most Supportive of Healthcare Reform

Sixty-five percent of black Americans and 50% of nonwhites say they would advise their member of Congress to vote for a healthcare bill this year, while 31% of whites say the same. Other demographic groups that show the most support for healthcare reform

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Obama's G20 test

US President Barack Obama, already in a tough fight at home over health care, faces a test of his international leadership as he hosts the G20.

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Obama's G20 test

US President Barack Obama, already in a tough fight at home over health care, faces a test of his international leadership as he hosts the G20.

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Leaders arrive for G20

US President Barack Obama, already in a tough fight at home over health care, faces a test of his international leadership as he hosts the G20.

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Health officials are preparing for a potential H1N1 pandemic, as make shift clinics and centers have been set up as many await next month's pending vaccine. Don Teague reports from Austin, Texas.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Americans Cite Affordability as Biggest Healthcare Problem

In an open-ended question, Americans are most likely to say cost (38%) is the biggest problem with healthcare in the United States today, followed by too many uninsured (15%), and insurance companies (13%).

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Sen. Wyden Says He Won't Support Current Health Care Bill

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) tells the audience at a CQ-Roll Call Group Policy Briefing on health care that he doesn't think the Finance Committee's health care bill does enough to bring about real reform.

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Hospitals Prepare for H1N1

With flu season about to begin, hospitals are taking necessary steps to insure everyone can be evaluated, Don Teague reports. Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Pat Crocker about the influx of flu patients.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Sinopharm Trading Debut Today

Sinopharm may benefit from China's $124 billion health care reform. (The Trade)

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Notebook: Primary Care

Katie Couric comments on the frustration of getting a doctor's appointment. If Congress extends health insurance to more Americans, getting a doctor's appointment may become even more difficult.

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More Perspective - Healthcare Reform

Interview with OMB Director Peter Orszag (Bloomberg News)

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New H1N1 Guidelines for Kids

New guidelines for the H1N1 vaccine may require some children to have two doses, Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports. Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Anthony Fauci about the safety of the vaccine.

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Monday, September 21, 2009

Raising Taxes: Only Way To Pay

In response to President Obama's interview with Bob Schieffer, RNC Chairman Michael Steele disagrees with his statement that taxes will not need to be raised to pay for health care reform.

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Obama Overexposure

For anyone who watched all of the recent Obama television interviews, it may seem that his health care push became a little redundant. As Chip Reid reports, the White House isn't worried about overexposure.

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H1N1 Vaccine Safe

As the testing continues for H1N1 vaccine, the early results show the vaccine appears to be safe, and older kids only need it once. Dr. Jennifer Ashton joins Katie Couric with more information.

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Obama On Letterman

President Obama visits the Late Show with David Letterman. Obama speaks with Letterman about health care reform and controversy surrounding his plan.

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H1N1 Nasal Spray Facts

Dr. Jennifer Ashton gave Russ Mitchell important information to consider before taking the H1N1 nasal spray.

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Public In Not Buying - Graham

President Obama appears on five television network to talk about health care. (Bloomberg News)

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Ubiquitous Obama

If you've turned on the TV recently, you've probably seen President Obama, who has been on a media blitz to push his health care plan and economic agenda. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Face The Nation, 09.20.09

President Obama on details of his health care reform; RNC Chairman Michael Steele on the President's interview; Plus, Bob Schieffer on being a journalist during presidential interviews.

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