This week on HearSay
January 30 - February 2
Monday, January 30
General Assembly Headlines: To Cell or not to Cell?
Should drivers be forced to cut off their Blackberrys when behind the wheel? What about teen drivers? Two different bans on cell phone usage are a couple of the
issues Virginia lawmakers are tackling. On today's HearSay, Cathy and guests Daily Press reporter, Hugh Lessig and Margaret Edds from The Virginian - Pilot talk about all of the latest General Assembly news and take your questions and comments.
Tuesday, January 31
No Rooms at the Inn
With available land and affordable housing at a minimum, the struggle to house those without continues. This week, the mayors of Southside Hampton Roads are holding
a special summit on the issue of homelessness in their cities. Join Cathy and guests Katie Kitchin, Director of office to end Homelessness for the city of Norfolk, and Suzanne Puryear, President of Community Planning & Development.
Wednesday, February 1
The Shape of Good Health
Are you an apple or a pear? Did you know your body type determines a lot about your health, and what foods you should eat? February is heart health month and on today's HearSay, we'll talk with body-shape expert, Marie Savard, M.D., author of The Body Shape Solution to Weight Loss and Wellness: The Apples & Pears Approach to Losing Weight, Living Longer and Feeling Healthier,
about the role that body shape plays in determining heart disease risk. We'll also discuss how body image affects all of us as the face of anorexia is becoming younger and younger - even adolescent boys are struggling with poor body image.
Thursday, February 2
Motor City Madness
It's a gone from an end of the season championship game to a cultural phenomenon. As Superbowl XL kicks off in Detroit, millions will be watching, billions of dollars will be
spent on those clever ads, and everyone will be Monday morning quarterbacks at the office water cooler. Why has this game become so important? Let's talk about it
on today's HearSay.