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This week on HearSay, June 19 - June 22, 2006


Monday, June 19
FROM THE HEADLINES: THE WAR IN IRAQ

The conflict has now claimed the lives of 2,500 American troops.  As the death toll and the price tag of the War in Iraq continue to rise, we want to know how you feel about the war effort.  Is it time to set a deadline for a pullout?  And what is it like back on American soil for the men and women who served?  Cathy talks with Dr. Steve Yetiv, Professor of Political Science at Old Dominion University, First Lieutenant Russell Britt, Post-Deployment Health Reassessment Program Manager for the Virginia Army National Guard, and Dr. John Mason, Administrator for Outpatient Counseling Services at the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board.  We'll also visit with producer Steve James and discuss the new documentary "The War Tapes", a compelling film capturing the experiences of the war from a soldier's eye view on the front lines.
 
www.thewartapes.com
www.pdhealth.mil/dcs/pdhra.asp
www.virginiaguard.com
www.hnncsb.org


 

Tuesday, June 20
LACKING DOLLAR SENSE: TEENS AND FINANCE

Teenagers are powerful consumers.  Last year alone they spent billions on entertainment, clothing, food and technology, but when it comes to money sense there is much teenagers need to learn.  In fact, the average student is already $1,500 in debt upon entering his freshman year of college.  What does it take to get teens money smart?  How is a new video game helping teens learn the ropes? And what about prepping for the job market?  We'll talk about it on today's HearSay.
 
www.stagecoachisland.com
www.jumpstart.org

Wednesday, June 21
SEGMENT A: SLUMBER PARTY

A good night's sleep for your child - is it an impossible dream for parents?  Cathy talks with nationally known sleep specialist Dr. Richard Ferber, Director of the Center for Pediatric Sleep Disorders at Boston's Children's Hospital and author of "Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems," a practical guide to the management of common sleep problems in children of all ages.
 
www.babycenter.com
 
SEGMENT B: PUT YOUR MIND TO IT
Could holistic medicine be the key to everything from decreasing stress in your life to improving your golf game?  In this segment of HearSay, Cathy and her guest - author and motivational speaker Dr. Jerry Teplitz - talk about the approach highlighted in his recent books, "Managing Your Stress: How to Relax and Enjoy",  "Switched-On Living" and "Brain Gym for Business."
 
www.teplitz.com

Thursday, June 22
PET HEALTH

HearSay’s favorite veterinarian Phyllis Neumann is back to take on your pet dilemmas.  Join us for this edition of Pet Health.
 
www.toddslanevet.com

 


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