Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Patt Morrison for Thurs, June 11


Thursday, June 11, 2009

1-3 p.m.




1:07 – 1:19

Reform, At a Price: The White House Perspective


NAME TBD: White House point person on health care reform



1:24 – 1:55






2:07 – 2:19

A Brain Wider than the Sky: A Migraine Diary

What did Vincent van Gogh, Emily Dickinson, and Thomas Jefferson all have in common? Migraines! Author Andrew Levy takes us through the cultural and social history of the medical phenomenon.



Andrew Levy, author of A Brain Wider than the Sky: A Migraine Diary



2:24 – 2:37

Calling All Migraine-Sufferers

Biofeedback, ice therapy, psychotherapy, and yoga? We check in for the latest scientific research on migraines.



Dr. Andrew Charles, professor of neurology, head of the headache research and treatment program, UCLA




2:43 – 2:55

"Sign Cutting"--the U.S. Border Patrol and the Art of Traditional Tracking

Infrared cameras, vibration sensors, electronic listening posts... high tech tools help border agents find drug smugglers trying to cross the U.S.- Mexico border. But sometimes the best method is the oldest - tracking, or "sign cutting."  We hear from a long-time tracker on the border patrol.



T.J. Bonner, president of the National Border Patrol Council




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